Hi all, I had my car in for some rust repair on pass side front fender and door. That part went ok except for the color match but my real issue is the seat switch. Are the 63 and 64 the only switches…Continue
Hey all, both the brake lights on my SDV are not making good connection. Drivers side works but is held tight with a piece of plastic wedged by the bulb and I can't get the right one to light the…Continue
Hi all. Just thought I would post a note that my wife Kathy and I and Ol Blue(our 63 SDV) have completed our 4th trip on Rt. 66. Just as I said when we reached Tucumcari NM - "Ol Blue doesn't need to…Continue
Saturday was a bad day.
The wife and I was returning home from a local cruise when ol Blue started reving up going down the interstate. Yep, something gave out on the old tranny. The underside of the car is soaked with tranny fluid along with the rear of the car. It lost it fast, by the time I got to the exit, there was no movement. Pulled the dipstick, empty.
I thought maybe one of the rubber hoses in the cooling lines gave out but I can't see anything wrong with them. Of…Continue
Well, we woke up to a beautiful, warm day for this time of year here in NE Ks. yesterday. The wife said it would be " a good day to test the Caddie".
This is in prep for a little adventure we're planning to take the end of March first part of April. We're going to drive the Ks, Ok. and maybe Texas stretch of Route 66. What better way of doing it than in a '63 Sedan DeVille.
I said what the h..., temp in the 40's-50's, sunshine, threw a few tools in the trunk and headed…Continue
Well, the wife say we gotta have'em so I'm on the hunt for seat belts for the back seat of my SDV 4 window.
My question is, are the rears the same length as the front?. Near as I can tell, fronts are about 70+ inches or so.
I've been looking at after market, chrome latch belts that are pretty reasonable. Seat Belt Planet and Andoauto are a couple. Although not exact match to the fronts that are installed, they'll be fine for my driver.
Haven't looked around at it yet to…Continue