Michael Long
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Windshield trim removal.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Long May 21. 5 Replies

Ok I am having a terrible time getting the trim off the windshield and rear window in order to install my new vinyl top. This is the tool I have been trying to use which worked great on my vintage…Continue

Weird steering gear leak

Started Feb 19 0 Replies

I have a weird leak coming from the top of my steering gear box where the adjusting bolts are.  It only seems to leak on hard left turns and is definitely not coming from an area that has o-rings. I…Continue

Wanted Non AC Kick Panels, vents and cables

Started this discussion. Last reply by Russ Austin Jan 5. 2 Replies

Does anyone have a pair of Non AC kick panels, vents and cables for a '64 coupe?  I know most Cads came through with AC so this may be a tall order.Continue

Dual Exhaust

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Long Aug 8, 2017. 6 Replies

Has anyone out there used a '60 Cadillac dual exhaust on a '64? I know there may be minor mods needed to make it go.  Kanter listed a dual exhaust in their catalog for 1964 but when it arrived, it…Continue

 

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Michael Long replied to Preston Bealle's discussion Installing Edelbrock 1406 carburetor to replace Carter--new carb leaks below the bowl! New gasket used.
"Great point Jason, I always forget about that silly heat riser since I changed my motor to a 472 and run custom dual exhaust.  The heat riser from my car is probably lying in a field somewhere in north central Indiana? "
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Michael Long replied to Preston Bealle's discussion Installing Edelbrock 1406 carburetor to replace Carter--new carb leaks below the bowl! New gasket used.
"Edelbrock carbs are wonderful but sometimes need to be tweaked a bit to run on a Cadillac engine.  I have one on both my '64 coupe and '57 coupe but in both circumstances the main jets needed changed in order for the car to run just…"
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Michael Long commented on Craig R. Cotton's photo
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"Is that a Corvair van I see peeking out from behind the Cad? Great choice of cars Craig!  Love the color on the Caddy."
Jun 11
Michael Long replied to Kim K Kaiser's discussion Wits end!
"Emergency brake properly adjusted?  Slim chance this is it but maybe? Are all the bolts around the universal joints tight?  Shocks, springs and exhaust are all tight and free of vibration?  Brake hardware in good shape and in correct…"
Jun 11
Michael Long replied to Kevin Campbell's discussion Cadillac Cruising Aussie Style.
"I just read the article in the monthly Cadillac newsletter about the meet in Australia.  IMPRESSIVE how many "Yank Tanks" are still rolling around in the land of Oz.  Nice photos here Kev, your car is by far the classiest!"
Jun 11
Michael Long replied to Tim Bobeck's discussion New gauges from Dakota digital
"Hi Tony! Thanks for the kudos!  I enjoy this site very much and have used it for assistance as often as I have given it.  This is a great place to network and learn from those that have done good things (and bad) to their cars.  I…"
Jun 11
Michael Long replied to Tim Bobeck's discussion New gauges from Dakota digital
"I had those gauges in my '64 Impala, they were GREAT!!  So much better than the stock analog ones because you could see so many more motor functions to ensure all was well under the hood.  I had to run a GPS speedometer though which…"
Jun 8
Michael Long replied to Kim K Kaiser's discussion New Driving Observations,, Pulls/drifts/vibrations
"Amazing what a good set of tires will do plus that fix was much easier than tearing everything apart and re-inventing the wheel.  Glad to hear she is running like a Cadillac should. "
Jun 6
Michael Long replied to Anders's discussion 63/64 Cadillacs in the movies
"Great looking red '64 convertible with some very lovely girls riding in it! Great movie"
Jun 6
Michael Long replied to Kevin Campbell's discussion Even our 64 made it into one of the pictures.
"Lovely home!  Glad to see Elvis made it onto the wall, he is the king you know! I enjoyed the license plates on your cars as well. Looks like a great place to live, best of luck to you selling it."
Jun 6
Michael Long replied to Chris's discussion Fuel pump again!
"The block off plate may have fit but I believe the actuating arm on the two pumps is drastically different? The BBC is much shorter from what I recall but the last one I installed was on a 409 in 1994 so my memory is a little fuzzy. "
May 31
Michael Long replied to Jason Edge's discussion CLC News - June 2018 President's Message
"Classy club full of classy people! The monthly magazine is always first rate with great articles, reliable advertisers and gorgeous photos. "
May 30
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Michael Long liked Jason Edge's discussion CLC News - June 2018 President's Message
May 30
Michael Long replied to Chris's discussion Fuel pump again!
"I had a brand new pump last a total of 8 miles and quit for good.  It was a Carter from what I recall and was purchased from a local parts store about a year ago.  I returned it and replaced it with an electric pump and have not had a…"
May 30
Michael Long replied to Ronnie Lay's discussion "Airbrushed Rust"
"I remember those horrible early 80's 4-6-8 engines!  Technology at the time just wasn't up to par but today they would be great! Thanks for the kind words Jeff, hopefully the '64 gets finished (are we really ever finished) this…"
May 30

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Do you own any 1963 & 1964 Cadillacs? If Yes, Year & Body Style
1964 Series 62 Coupe
Cadillac LaSalle Club Member? If Yes, Membership #?
18302
1963/64 Cadillac Chapter Member?
Yes

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power window issues

Started by Ryan Frawley in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Jason Edge 10 hours ago. 7 Replies

Hey all, new guy, as you can tell because I'm going to be asking a question that's been answered a hundred times. Been looking for a while and I can't seem to find anything in detail.I have a 64…Continue

Wits end!

Started by Kim K Kaiser in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Tony and Ginny 429 13 hours ago. 30 Replies

Well,  after the tire change, car running good......... then on a pleasure cruise for abour 35 miles to my destination.   25 miles in, back end vibration came back home to roost.  I was goung 55 to…Continue

Wanted

Started by James jacques in Wanted to Buy 18 hours ago. 0 Replies

Looking for 1964 coupe passenger front window and driver side fender molding 786-314-1360 jamesContinue

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64 Power Seat Transmission cleaning-it did the trick

Posted by Norman Silverman on June 16, 2018 at 5:36pm 4 Comments

Hello All.

I thought I'd post a little encouragement for those that might have an inoperative 6 way power seat in their car. The fix is relatively easy, and VERY cheap.

I just purchased an original (not re-painted, nor reupholstered) 64 Sedan De Ville 4 window. When I purchased it the front seat was adjusted forward and tilted down in front; two of the worst positions for me, so I had no choice but to attempt to repair it. 

Pushing the switch in each direction brought…

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Driver side door panel removal

Posted by Anthony Boles on June 16, 2018 at 9:32am 2 Comments

How is the door panel taken off to access the wiring harness 

Driver side door panel removal

Posted by Anthony Boles on June 16, 2018 at 8:16am 0 Comments

How is the door panel taken off to access the wiring harness 

429 Main Bearing location

Posted by Dave Fundaburg on June 6, 2018 at 8:11pm 1 Comment

I saw this question asked in 2012 but did not see a definitive answer to the question so here goes. The new main bearings I received for my build are little different than the originals. Of the five bearings the thrust bearing is the same as are two of the other bearings. Of the other two one has two oil groves and one is wider than the others. Does anyone know where the odd bearings go. My guess is they go in the front and the rear but I don't know what one goes where. Any information would…

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