Rick Seiden
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390 Coolant Crossover Manifold

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rick Seiden Feb 2. 4 Replies

Looking for a coolant crossover manifold to replace my cracked one. 1963 SDV A/C 390. Do the later year motors use the same part or is this specific to the 390?ThanksRickContinue

Heater Box 63 Deville with AC

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rick Seiden Jan 11. 2 Replies

Looking for a Heater Box that I can scavenge parts from for my 63 Sedan Deville. It's an AC car. I really only need the door that is run by the vacuum actuator but I'd buy a complete inner box if it…Continue

 

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Rick Seiden replied to Rick Seiden's discussion 390 Coolant Crossover Manifold
"Thanks guys. Russ - email sent."
Feb 2
Kevin Campbell replied to Rick Seiden's discussion 390 Coolant Crossover Manifold
"Bugger, shows what I know.... LOL. I wonder how I got that idea in my head? Rick, listen to Russ."
Feb 2
Russ Austin replied to Rick Seiden's discussion 390 Coolant Crossover Manifold
"Rick, 63 to 65 are the same; 66 exc 75 I have a good piece for you, just send me an email with your zip code so I can get you a shipping quote. russ85747@Hotmail.com   "
Feb 2
Kevin Campbell replied to Rick Seiden's discussion 390 Coolant Crossover Manifold
"Rick, not sure about a 63, but on a  64, the A/C cars have a different piece from memory. A couple of years back, because i'm stupid, I cracked mine badly refitting it. I had a local guy weld it for me. You need someone with VERY GOOD…"
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390 Coolant Crossover Manifold

Looking for a coolant crossover manifold to replace my cracked one. 1963 SDV A/C 390. Do the later year motors use the same part or is this specific to the 390?ThanksRickSee More
Feb 2
Rick Seiden replied to Pete Grodem's discussion Exhaust heat riser 63 390
"I bought a spacer from a member here a while back. Think it was Russ at CaddyShack who had it. Fit like a glove. I'm sure a quick search of the forums will come up with it."
Feb 2
Rick Seiden and Jason Edge are now friends
Jan 11
Rick Seiden replied to Rick Seiden's discussion Heater Box 63 Deville with AC
"Thanks, Russ. Email with photos & shipping info has been sent, Rick"
Jan 11
Russ Austin replied to Rick Seiden's discussion Heater Box 63 Deville with AC
"I have plenty of parts for you. Just send me an email with the details of what you want, year of th ecar and your zip code for a shipping quote. Russ at Caddy Shack Restorations. russ85747@Hotmail.com"
Jan 11
Rick Seiden posted a discussion

Heater Box 63 Deville with AC

Looking for a Heater Box that I can scavenge parts from for my 63 Sedan Deville. It's an AC car. I really only need the door that is run by the vacuum actuator but I'd buy a complete inner box if it was nicer than what I have.ThanksSee More
Jan 10

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Do you own any 1963 & 1964 Cadillacs? If Yes, Year & Body Style
1963 Sedan Deville
Cadillac LaSalle Club Member? If Yes, Membership #?
no
1963/64 Cadillac Chapter Member?
no

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CLC 2019 Grand National - Louisville, Kentucky, June 11-15, 2019

Started by Jason Edge in General Discussion. Last reply by Jason Edge 5 hours ago. 33 Replies

1963/64 Cadillac Chapter 2019 Grand National Page www.2019GN.6364Cadillac.com…Continue

Tags: National, Grand, CLC, 2019

1963 trunk latch pin

Started by Daniel Grande in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion 15 hours ago. 0 Replies

I have a coupe deville and my trunk driver side came off looks like the pin came out of the latch I got pin and trunk out but for the love of me cant figure how the pin goes bk in came someone please…Continue

Comfort Control and voltage from the voltage regulator or alternator

Started by Christian Doerk in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion 21 hours ago. 0 Replies

I probably currently have a similar problem like Sam G in this post:…Continue

Tags: alternator, transducer, regulator, voltage, Control

courtesy light wiring

Started by Andy Kalnins in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Mark S Anderson yesterday. 16 Replies

My right rear door courtesy light has two wires- a solid red and a black w/ white stripe. What puzzles me is that both wires have voltage across them when the key is turned to the left or right. To…Continue

Tags: wiring, light, courtesy

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Cadillac Returns to its Roots Under New Leadership

Posted by Jeff Kinzler on May 1, 2019 at 12:30am 3 Comments

Cadillac’s new boss says they should stop trying to build BMWs and go back to building Cadillacs again.

What do you think? 

https://carbuzz.com/news/cadillac-finally-admits-what-everyone-knew-for-years

Radiator And Shrouds

Posted by Dominic Salemi on April 24, 2019 at 3:36pm 1 Comment

Hello

Anyone have a decent radiator and shrouds and hardware for a 1964 Cadillac deville. I have an alum. radiator and I'm deciding on to fix it or back to the original one. If I fix it I won't need parts.

Thanks

64 Recirc/Fresh Air Door Actuator replaced; FROM THE INSIDE.

Posted by Norman Silverman on February 4, 2019 at 11:21pm 8 Comments

I am happy to report that I have successfully replaced the Fresh Air/Recirc door actuator that is located on the blower box-and have done so without having to remove the blower box. I did it by taking out the glove box and attacking it from the back.  It took several days, LOTS of patience and some band-aids, but it is done. THE most difficult part -BY FAR- is to remove and then replace the screw that sits on the actuator arm, connecting it to the fresh…

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