Hi folks - I'm new to this forum, but have owned my '64 convertible since 1993. I recently replaced the speedo gear and seal in the transmission due to fluid leak, and noticed that the end of the…Continue
Hi folks - I'm new to this forum, but have owned my '64 convertible since 1993. I recently replaced the speedo gear and seal in the transmission due to fluid leak, and noticed that the end of the cable had snapped off in the gear. I can't seem to find a new replacement cable. I ordered a 63" cable from a vendor on Ebay, but when received, it does not have the unique "keyed" end for the cruise control end that Jason had mentioned in a previous thread. Has anyone encounter this problem? Is…See More
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HiNeed to replace my rear wheel bearing and seal on my 1964 Conv., does anyone know if its a big project and what I will need before I pull the shaft out? I also need to know the parts number and…Continue
I am looking for a functioning heat riser valve and a cruise control for a 1964 Cadillac.In principle, the heat riser flap does not have to work. It is only important that the spacer / housing is not…Continue
I finally got around to fixing a leak in my heater core. I decided to check to see if there were any other obvious issues while I had everything torn apart. When I put a vacuum directly (bypassing the transducer) to the power servo it gets to about 10" and then slowly leaks back to zero. The fan will not go to full and the mode door will not open completely. I have read a couple of other posts that said they repaired the power servo leaks. How? Does anyone have one to sell? I just…