Hey guys my name is Justin,New to this whole Forum thing looking for some help!!I bought a 64 two-door hardtop about 2 years ago and started to slowly rebuild it. Replaced everything in between…Continue
"Got it running today. Had to pour the gas straight down the car to start it but it stayed running for a couple minutes. Still a lot of work to do think I need to rebuild the carb or get a new one and the gas tank was full of black sludge"
"John Washburn has excellent instructions on breaking down and cleaning carbs in his Washburn's Wisdom section of this month's (Jan 2018) CLC Self-Starter magazine, but think this one might even give his very thorough cleaning instructions…"
"Buy a 1964 Cadillac Shop Manual. Open the book on page 12-102 to 12-105. Your answer is there.
But, as its in black and white and rather small it can be hard to see and follow the wire. So I bought a color diagram from Classic Car Wiring. You can…"
"Time to replace the Carter carb with a new Edelbrock i would be thinking Never saw one looking like that
With color codeed wireing just need to reattach like colors mostly and do some soldering with heat shrink over the solder for a long lasting…"
"I was trying to hook up the coil. the rats chewed all the original wires. I see three wires coming off of the wiring harness yellow green and black it appears they were all going to the coil. I'm not sure how it's supposed to be wired can…"
I am installing front seat belts in 63 coupe the holes were already in floor but I do not know how to route inner belts it appears they go through seat in middle?did not find how to remove center armrest on seat are openings there or do you cut into seat? any help or pictures would be great dan
During the process of a complete restoration (and color change) of my ‘63s interior during the winter of 2016, I replaced the aftermarket seatbelts that were in my car with restored original '64 buckles and retractors. I had a terrific experience with Ssnake-Oyl Products out of Tyler Texas, so I thought I share the info.
In my opinion, the '64 seat belt buckle with the Cadillac Crest is the coolest looking seat belt buckle ever put in a car. Apparently, they're not easy to find in…
Good Morning - I have read several, very informative posts on this site regarding the 63/64 drive shaft and am looking for a few recommendations. My Park Avenue is a relatively low mileage car (32,000); however, in an effort to make this a very reliable, long distance traveler I would like to ensure that this vital component has a clean bill of health. Normally, this would mean replacing all universal joints, greasing the slip yoke, and replacing the carrier bearing/mount. As you have…
What I enjoy most about old cars is that they can be restored to original condition, radically customized, or somewhere between those extremes, reflecting the owner's individual style. For my '63 Convertible, I want to achieve a mostly original look, with minor custom touches to make it clean, smooth, and low. This article is to share my experience in choosing and installing the suspension components to achieve a low stance and a comfortable ride.