"I have read this entire tread about ten time before I started this project. Just seeing different things and wanted to make sure I didn’t mess anything up. This is the first time I have every replaces a carb. "
The spacer is metal.
I had the Carter AFB but I’m replacing it with the Edelbrock 1411.
I have 1964 Sedan DeVille.
i have look at all the post on here, all the pictures, and the shop manual and just don’t understand how he had all…"
"Ok. So I can remove the tee. The guy I brought the car from has everything under the hood ran a wrong and just want to make sure I’m putting everything back the way it’s supposed to be. Here is some pictures of how I found the PCV hose…"
"Hey guys, I need a little help. I am in the process of installing an Edelbrock 1411 carburetor, and I’m a little confused about the PCV hose. On the Carter the PCV hose was not connected to the carburetor. It came from the valley pan then when…"
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.