Hello fellow Cadillac enthusiast:

  I am selling my 1963 coupe de ville. It is white with a maroon leather interior. I have owned the car for some time now and its time to move on. The car has a rebuilt 390 ci engine and a rebuilt hydromatic transmission .It has a new front suspension,tie rods,ball joints,control arm bushings,coil springs and new shocks all around.It was repainted about 5 years ago and had minor body work only in rear quarters. I had the driveshaft professionally rebuilt by Advanced Driveline here in Orlando. She had a new master cylinder,all new wheel cylinders,brake shoes and front wheel bearings. I purchased about 90% of all new window,door,roof rail and trunk seals. I also replaced the windshield. I couldn't find the correct trunk liner so I had the trunk sprayed with the gray and black speckeled trunk paint. It also has the original spare tire and wheel and wood block that came with the car. Now I'll talk about the stuff that still needs done. I installed a new heater core but I didn't reassemble the ductwork and all the vacuum hoses. Some of the outside trim needs to be addressed.I'm missing the clips for the body side trim. She could use a new left front bumper lower section. It has the original headliner but it has a small tear in it. The front seat could use some TLC. The rear seat and the door panels are about a 5 or 6 condition wise. I have a new carpet kit for the car. The car has A/C but the compressor is not installed and I don't know if it even still works. The car has all new tires and I replaced all the bulbs on the entire car. As far as I know I got the car from the original owner. The engine compartment has been repainted and detailed and she has a new Edelbrock carburetor.  I have the original owners manual and two Cadillac service manuals. I have a lot a of spare parts,manifolds carburetors,fuel filters and just a lot of assorted stuff I've accumulated over the years. She's looking for someone that loves one of the best body styles that Cadillac ever produced to finish her up and be proud to own and enjoy. My name is Ray, the car is located in Orlando,Florida and my cell phone number is 407-247-0845 and my email address is allison.melody @ yahoo.com. My asking price is 10,000.00 or best offer.   

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Comment by Jason Edge on December 9, 2013 at 9:39pm

Hi Ray, That 63 is a beauty!  I just also posted a link to this post on our Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/6364Cadillac

Hopefully it will direct more traffic to your post.


Comment by Tony and Ginny 429 on December 9, 2013 at 11:46pm
Were you pleased with the driveshaft rebuild that you had done by Advanced driveline in Olando Fl ?
Not easy to have that part repaired correctly ,from many notes here over the years
The driveshaft design is a unique one in 63-64
Comment by Rob on December 31, 2013 at 9:02am
Nice close by too ..


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