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63’ 390 for sale

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Long Feb 12. 12 Replies

i just picked up a 63’ sedan and the last owner let the motor freeze and I’m going to install an LS. All is for sale I can ship large items on pallet or smaller items via UPS. Continue

 

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Michael Long replied to Steve Young's discussion 63’ 390 for sale
"For a minute there I thought we had a celebrity on our hands. Guess the search for the mystery Anders continues. "
Feb 12
Anders replied to Steve Young's discussion 63’ 390 for sale
"Sorry, no wasn't me. There are many Anders in Scandinavia. And if you think about it, the very common name Andersson actually means Anders son. My daughter can legally take the name Andersdottir (meaning Anders daughter). Donald Duck in Danish…"
Feb 12
Michael Long replied to Steve Young's discussion 63’ 390 for sale
"Funny you should mention that system, I am going to put on one a '66 Chevrolet Corvair this summer, just waiting for the weather to break.  The means May here in northern Indiana. Anders, was your photo in the last issue of the…"
Feb 12
Michael Long replied to Steve Young's discussion 63’ 390 for sale
"My car was "heat only" so there was no AC system to contend with. I was able to plumb the heater hoses directly to the core as was done in '64. This made it easy when installing the serpentine system too since I was able to omit the…"
Feb 12
Michael Long replied to Steve Young's discussion 63’ 390 for sale
"Hahaha, she ran fast enough to go into orbit that's for sure!"
Feb 12
Anders replied to Steve Young's discussion 63’ 390 for sale
"Get one of these an you will have fun with your LS6: http://fitechefi.com/products/ultimate-ls/ultimate-ls-kit-for-ls1ls2ls6-750-hp-w-trans-control/ They also have some smart fuel delivery systems."
Feb 12
Anders replied to Steve Young's discussion 63’ 390 for sale
"LS6 = A Chinese satellite guided munition similar to American JDAM, only with more range, as it is a glide bomb. LS6"
Feb 12
Steve Young replied to Steve Young's discussion 63’ 390 for sale
"good deal thanks, i guess i assumed all of the X frames were the same but thats probably not the case. i'll look at those sites and see what the offer thanks. what did you do for A/C I'd like to leave as much of the original as possible.…"
Feb 12
Michael Long replied to Steve Young's discussion 63’ 390 for sale
"Well since mine went into a Chevy, things were a little easier as Eckler's Late Great Chevy sells an installation kit for full size Chevs.  Speedway Motors in Nebraska has two pages in their catalog dedicated to the LS engines where you…"
Feb 12
Steve Young replied to Steve Young's discussion 63’ 390 for sale
"what did you use for exahust manifolds, and fuel pump. id like to put one in the tank but didn't know how much trouble that would be?"
Feb 12
Michael Long replied to Steve Young's discussion 63’ 390 for sale
"LS is a great way to go! I put an LS6 from an '06 Corvette into a '64 Impala and never looked back.  Nice to see another resto-mod project about to start, good luck!"
Feb 12
Kevin Campbell replied to Steve Young's discussion 63’ 390 for sale
"G'day Steve, be nice to see a step by step guide as you go. Welcome aboard and remember, we like pics, lots and lots of pics."
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63’ 390 for sale

i just picked up a 63’ sedan and the last owner let the motor freeze and I’m going to install an LS. All is for sale I can ship large items on pallet or smaller items via UPS. See More
Feb 9
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Do you own any 1963 & 1964 Cadillacs? If Yes, Year & Body Style
1963 sedan Seville 6 window
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429 water pump bolt sizes

Started by tom servas in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Tony and Ginny 429 54 minutes ago. 20 Replies

Does someone have a diagram showing the correct bolt sizes and lengths for each of the water pump bolts?THX in advanceTomContinue

2 Inch Lowered Springs

Started by Damian Ramuta in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Kevin Campbell 1 hour ago. 55 Replies

Hi all, Could you please post some pics if you have lowered your car using a 2 inch lowered coil.cheersContinue

brake smell or axle grease smell (Rear) 63 cdv AND may have screws pooch!!

Started by Kim K Kaiser in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Kim K Kaiser 4 hours ago. 12 Replies

Thanks have been going fairly well.  over last week or so, i have noticed a bit of that axle grease smell when i come out of the door, not always, but sometimes.  today, i was out, and notice a…Continue

63 dash pad for sale.

Started by Russ Austin in For Sale. Last reply by Russ Austin 6 hours ago. 3 Replies

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Air Suspension - How to Choose and Install

Posted by Michael Forte on February 19, 2018 at 10:00pm 8 Comments

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.

I purchased my car in August of…

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Emblem Removal

Posted by Christopher Belinda on February 19, 2018 at 1:33pm 4 Comments

Good Afternoon - my name is Chris and I'm new to the site (well ... officially; I've read a lot of your posts and am very impressed by the great advice and interest).  I'm working on a very original '63 SDV Park Avenue and am attempting to remove the "Park Avenue" emblems in preparation for a repaint.  Once I carefully removed the truck liner, I noticed that the studs are conical shaped and do not appear to have ever had a speed-nut, or some type of push clip ever installed.  I have removed…

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Updating the alternator without losing the "Gen" light

Posted by Michael Forte on February 19, 2018 at 12:00am 8 Comments

Our old Cadillacs have a pretty simple electrical system using an externally regulated alternator to keep the battery charged and run the accessories while driving.  First appearing in 1963, the GM 10DN externally regulated alternator was a step up from the bulky generator used on the '62 and earlier.  But newer, internally regulated alternators are now available that can output three times the current in the same size package.  This article explains how I upgraded my charging system to a…

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Pier windows

Posted by Stefan on February 8, 2018 at 5:58am 3 Comments

    Hi, have a 64 eldorado.  

The emergensy  button- Will it take all windows down???

Thanks 

Stefan 

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