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63 Series 62 Coupe back belt trim below the back window.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Russ Austin Mar 28. 5 Replies

The belt trim  below the back window where the roof line meets the back cowl on my 63 is composed of Stainless steel strips and the corners are made of pot metal. The pot metal on mine are pretty…Continue

 

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"Awesome! I also have a 63 with the tuxedo interior. After my restoration I hope it looks as nice as yours! J. Raul Ramirez"
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Russ Austin replied to Jose Raul Ramirez's discussion 63 Series 62 Coupe back belt trim below the back window.
"I have some of the 63 tail light bezels.  email me at  russ85747@hotmail.com "
Mar 28
Jason Edge replied to Jose Raul Ramirez's discussion 63 Series 62 Coupe back belt trim below the back window.
"I checked but am out of the rear qtrs. Also out of the rear tail lamp escutcheons (bezels) but can put you down for these or any other parts on my Wait List. Just email me at jasonedge@nc.rr.com. I just put 2 really nice rear bezels in the hands of…"
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Jose Raul Ramirez replied to Jose Raul Ramirez's discussion 63 Series 62 Coupe back belt trim below the back window.
"I have the long strip that you show. But yes I need those corner pieces and yes mine have that satin finish with chrome along the edge. I presently have this baby in a body shop. I am also looking for tail light bezels that are not badly pitted…"
Mar 27
Jason Edge replied to Jose Raul Ramirez's discussion 63 Series 62 Coupe back belt trim below the back window.
"I know the long lower belt trim between the qtr is stainless and usually holds up well. I cannot remember if the corners are pot metal with chrome on the Series 62 Coupe. Yours looks corroded but hard to tell. I do have that long very rear piece,…"
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Kevin Campbell replied to Jose Raul Ramirez's discussion 63 Series 62 Coupe back belt trim below the back window.
"Can't wait to see it after a bucket of suds and a once over."
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63 Series 62 Coupe back belt trim below the back window.

The belt trim  below the back window where the roof line meets the back cowl on my 63 is composed of Stainless steel strips and the corners are made of pot metal. The pot metal on mine are pretty badly pitted. Does anyone know if these corner pieces were made of stainless steel? If so where might i find them. See the picture of this Cadillac my father gave me before he passed away. I presently have it with a body shop in Northern California.See More
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Do you own any 1963 & 1964 Cadillacs? If Yes, Year & Body Style
1963 Coupe de Ville, Hardtop, Black, stock no A/C, no power windows
Cadillac LaSalle Club Member? If Yes, Membership #?
31196
1963/64 Cadillac Chapter Member?
Yes

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A Drilling No-No .... That Worked!

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Thought I would share a quick story regarding something I did that I generally do not recommend - Free handed drilling a broken front engine cover bolt.  Before I jump into it I will say I do not…Continue

Exhaust manifold: Repair, replace or headers?

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My newly acquired '64 Coupe DeVille suffers from a cracked right side exhaust manifold.It looks like my options are limited to rolling the dice on a used manifold, converting to headers or seeing if…Continue

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Help! I need a 1964 Eldorado front left fender.

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Starter Solenoid replacement-how difficult? Where to buy?

Posted by Norman Silverman on August 20, 2019 at 8:24pm 6 Comments

Hello All.

I believe the starter solenoid has gone bad in my 64 DeVille. When I turn the key, often all I get is a click, then if I try a few times again the starter turns perfectly. All battery cables are on tight and the battery is good. So, I believe this problem is the solenoid. Where do I buy the right solenoid and is it necessary to remove the starter in order to swap it out? …

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Frame Markings

Posted by Gene McIlroy on August 12, 2019 at 6:26pm 1 Comment

Just got my frame back from powder coating so thought I would post photos of the front and rear frame markings.…

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Lining up the drive shaft

Posted by Dominic Salemi on August 12, 2019 at 5:47pm 2 Comments

Can anyone shed some light on how to position the complete drive shaft in the correct position? I want to make sure my drive shaft is installed properly.

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Upper A Arm Rubber Bumpers

Posted by Gene McIlroy on August 12, 2019 at 1:30pm 3 Comments

I have found a very good replacement part for the Upper A Arm Bumpers.  The top part is identical to the originals the bottom can be used as is or after a few minutes with a belt sander can be ground to the V shape as the originals were.  The replacement bumpers are for a 2001 to 2005 S10 Sanoma or Blazer.  Part number is on the box in the photos.  First photo is the box next to the box is the S10 part and an original.  Next photo shows my sanded down part next to an original.…

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