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64 Fleetwood demo derby video

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ronnie Lay Jan 14. 1 Reply

Don't know if this has been posted here before, but I got a kick out of the wicked damage this 64 Cadillac does in this demolition derby.…Continue

Dealer Installed Options

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin Campbell Jan 15. 19 Replies

I just dragged a 64 Fleetwood home from a field in Texas and it has some options that are not on the ID tag. It has twilight sentinel, cruise control and a white painted top that are not noted on…Continue

65 Limo For Sale

Started this discussion. Last reply by Clovis Aug 21, 2018. 1 Reply

Not Mine.Saw this posted on the CLC forums.Nice looking 64 bodied 65 limo on Bring A Trailer, reasonable bid amount at the moment.…Continue

Silly With Silicone

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ronnie Lay Apr 1. 15 Replies

I picked up a 64 Sedan DeVille, which had sat since 2006 before getting aquired by a dealer this year. Dealer said car started right up but got no oil pressure, so he shut it down and brought it to…Continue


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Ronnie Lay liked DanielAndrew's discussion 1965 Cadillac DeVille
Ronnie Lay replied to Jason Edge's discussion A few Treasures from Parts Car #50
"I found a book of auto records in the glove box of the gold and white 64 Fleetwood I got a few months ago. It shows the engine rebuilt in 1987 at 68,541 miles for $7,000 that was big bucks in 87! Car has 97,000 on it now."
May 8
Ronnie Lay replied to paul k's discussion Suspension and Steering bushing and ball joint removal
"Personally, I would leave the old upper ball joint, as long as it's tight and you have a good snug fitting boot for it. The upper ball joints must be installed with a specific orientation and the plate on the newly remanufactured ball…"
Apr 30
Ronnie Lay replied to Shane Ruthven's discussion 64 Dash/Instrument lights
"Just replaced all the dash bulbs in my 64 Fleetwood, sorry but dash pad removal is the only way to go for the upper cluster bulbs. Dash pad removal is really pretty simple....see the Help section for an excellent guide to removal."
Apr 30
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Apr 29
Ronnie Lay replied to Shane Ruthven's discussion Introduction
"Beautiful Fleetwood! Congrats Mate!"
Apr 28
Ronnie Lay replied to paul k's discussion upper ball joint removal
"I don't believe that Dorman control arm will work on a 63/64 Cadillac. Those control arm bushings are pressed in, not welded. I remove them by collapsing the inner walls and then driving them out using an air hammer with chisel and flat tips,…"
Apr 12
Ronnie Lay replied to paul k's discussion upper ball joint removal
"Ball joint is probably jammed tight into your chamber eccentric,  just do as Ian said and eccentric will come out with the ball joint. You will then need a puller to remove eccentric from ball joint stud. Also a good idea to mark eccentric and…"
Apr 10
Ronnie Lay liked Mal wade's discussion Ignition for 64 Cadillac
Apr 3
Ronnie Lay replied to Ronnie Lay's discussion Silly With Silicone
"Thanks, I wanted to do something a little different that is easily reversible since my 64 Fleetwood has the stock hub caps and thin walls. I will try and buff the paint out, it does have some shine left to go along with all of…"
Apr 1
Kevin Campbell replied to Ronnie Lay's discussion Silly With Silicone
"Tony would look like 250lbs of dynamite with a half inch fuse. PMSL :-)"
Apr 1
Chris Codd replied to Ronnie Lay's discussion Silly With Silicone
"I bet a little time with a buffer would get that paint looking amazing. I really like the wheels and tires you put on it. Looks like a tuxedo. "
Apr 1
Ronnie Lay replied to Ronnie Lay's discussion Silly With Silicone
"LOL.............You'll definitely get a reaction from onlookers while you're naked in the back seat with your cloths off with the doors open and it will have nothing to do with the car!"
Apr 1
Clovis replied to Ronnie Lay's discussion Silly With Silicone
"Now i've got a picture stuck in my head of Tony in the back seat of his car.....naked! Time for my pills."
Apr 1
Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Ronnie Lay's discussion Silly With Silicone
"Or -with your cloths OFF in the back seat -and doors open can work too ! Enjoy"
Apr 1
Tony and Ginny 429 replied to Ronnie Lay's discussion Silly With Silicone
"Wonderful solution to an oil pressure problem A bit lucky you found the problem and got it repaired Getting the cars drive train reliable would be my first priority and then get the exterior and interior in the desired condition would seem like…"
Apr 1

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Do you own any 1963 & 1964 Cadillacs? If Yes, Year & Body Style
1964 Coupe Deville
1964 Fleetwood 60 White
1964 Fleetwood 60 Sierra Gold/White
1964 Sedan Deville
Cadillac LaSalle Club Member? If Yes, Membership #?
1963/64 Cadillac Chapter Member?

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At 5:02pm on June 11, 2017, Jason Edge said…

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WTB power steering pump pulley

Started by Chris Codd in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Chris Codd 6 hours ago. 2 Replies

My power steering belt pulley sheered the woodruff key off the pump shaft and is pretty wrecked. Does anybody have a pulley for sale? Or the whole pump and pulley together?

Mystery Shake???

Started by Ron Collins in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Ron Collins 10 hours ago. 2 Replies

Hello All,Jumped into the mobile after a long winters nap and she shakes!! at or above speeds of about foury mph she shakes like the wheels are out of balance, so I had them rebalanced, still the…Continue

64 Convertible rear seat back

Started by tom servas in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion 10 hours ago. 0 Replies

Hello , I am re- installing the rear seats in our 64 Convertible and looking for verification of how high/low to install the seat back. Can anyone show a photo of their rear  (upright portion) seat…Continue

Charging the air conditioning with R12

Started by Robert Sweeney in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Tony and Ginny 429 16 hours ago. 2 Replies

Hi Guys,The never ending saga continues.I'm thinking that rebuilding the rotary valve has the pneumatic system working now.  I have a vacuum pump and a new filter dryer.  I also borrowed a set of R12…Continue

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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?

Radiator And Shrouds

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


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.


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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