Thanks for letting me join the club.  Picked up this ‘64 Coupe Deville a few months ago out of Beverly MA, the car has few stickers on it from various Cadillac clubs, didn’t know if anyone might recognize it from it’s “Glory days.” Everything seems pretty healthy except for the body and some very Mickey Mouse repairs, was wondering if anyone had any leads on some workable fenders, hood, trunk lid, doors or rear quarters.  It is a hydramatic car, has the floor mounted radio channel switcher and six way power seat as options, at least I think they are options.  And yes it is pink, but I doubt I will keep it that way.

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Comment by Gary Marchand on October 9, 2019 at 4:40pm

I sure am thankful for the leads on parts, guys.  Just placed a big order with Russ for most of what I will need for the old girl.  Still looking for a more workable trunk lid and ideally some rear quarters, but I’m thankful to have a good chunk of it started.  I’m used to restoring old Chevy’s, where I can just buy the parts new.  Again, appreciate the help!

Comment by Gary Marchand on October 8, 2019 at 6:01pm

Thanks for the advice and welcomes everyone.  Russ is working on some of those parts for me.  I’m pretty excited about it.  Getting ready to put an exhaust and gas tank in it this week, I’d like to get it quiet so I can drive it more and get more of an assessment of it’s driving condition.

Comment by Kevin Campbell on October 8, 2019 at 2:31pm

I reckon Russ, going by the right side glass, she's a coupe. Hey Gary, I would think the floor mounted station selector would be a bit of a rare option these days.

Welcome to the group from the land downunder.

Comment by Tony and Ginny 429 on October 8, 2019 at 2:11pm

Arizona is correct — thanks 

Enjoy 

Comment by Gene McIlroy on October 8, 2019 at 1:16pm

Russ is actually in Tucson, Arizona not Texas.  Excellent parts and info source as well as Jason Edge.

Comment by Tony and Ginny 429 on October 8, 2019 at 11:18am

Russ is in Texas and Jason is in North Carolina 

Both these gentlemen are as good as it gets to be doing business with regarding our car parts 

The correct parts at the right prices—- is as good as it gets 

Both passionate experts that live and breath 63-64 Cadillac 

Enjoy 

Comment by Russ Austin on October 8, 2019 at 8:03am

Hello Gary, great find on your car, keep the history alive.  I have fenders, hood, doors but not a trunk lid. The lid I have has some rust. 

It looks like you have a coupe?  Hard to tell from the angle of the shot.    Shoot me an email;  russ85747@hotmail.com   I have a shipper that can handle the shipping too. 

Comment by Tony and Ginny 429 on October 7, 2019 at 10:31pm

Gary

Congratulations on acquiring you Classic Antique 1964 Cadillac restoration project

Parts and repair advice is a lot of what gets done on this site from the group that lives here and love there  63-64 Antique Cadillacs

Enjoy 

 

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Thanks for letting me join the club.  Picked up this ‘64 Coupe Deville a few months ago out of Beverly MA, the car has few stickers on it from various Cadillac clubs, didn’t know if anyone might recognize it from it’s “Glory days.” Everything seems pretty healthy except for the body and some very Mickey Mouse repairs, was wondering if anyone had any leads on…

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