Thanks for the welcome! Although I am new to this group, I am not new to Cadillacs. My maternal grandparents owned a 1964 Fleetwood 60S in Nile Green with a light green leather and cloth interior, for which I have had a special fondness, down to the present day. I have assisted a number of Cadillac owners in the Southern California area in technical and mechanical matters, including the owners of several 63s and 64s.
Thank you Jason for all the info on 63/64 Cadillacs. I’m installing an Edelbrock carburetor and eliminating the choke tube on my 63 park avenue. I’ve learned a lot of information from reading posts on your website! I’ll have a ton of questions for you once I build my savings up for the rest of the repairs on my car lol !
Thanks for accepting me. I haven’t been able to work on my car for a couple of years now due to the fact I Have been traveling due to work. Home now and looking forward to working on my car. GREAT SITE !!!
Hi Jason, thanks for the welcome to this fantastic resource. I'm just starting to find my way around, I'll try and post some more pics soon and maybe even try to contribute in some small way, if I can, in the future. I'd love to try and trace some more history about my car in due course. I acquired my car last summer here in the UK and I'm very enthusiastic about it, your website is certainly going to help with looking after her! Best regards, Graham.
Hi Rico, it usually takes 1 to 2 weeks but due to the Holidays it may take a bit longer. Contact Mike and Nancy Book at the National Office at the email or phone # listed below and be sure to get back with me with your CLC # when you receive it so I can sign you up to the Chapter: Mike and Nancy Book PO Box 360835 Columbus, OH 43236-0835 614-478-4622 Cadlasalleclub@aol.com
Thanks..I've looked at this site many times.I've gotten some really good info here..Man,y'all know your stuff !!!.I recently purchased the headlamp wire harness from Russ(thanks Russ !!.it was works really well and very easy to install).
Hello! What a great group! A few years ago I owned a 64 Fleetwood Series 60 special and got hooked! I’m going to be looking for a 63/64 coupe early next year and am just looking for some pointers. I…Continue
A big tip of the hat to fellow CLC member Jack Carroll and the Jan 2019 Hemmings Classic Cars magazine spotlight on his designs in the 1960's at AMC in the article "History of Automotive Designs:…Continue
My car still has its "T-3"headlamps and they shed poor, yellow-tinted light. I'd like to replace them with something that most folks on this web site use, that would shed good light and don't heat up the wiring with too many amps.
I recently took my car to a “Cadillac” “Specialist here in Los angles CA.
After leaving my car to diagnose my steering column for not shifting properly. I get this txt from the shop owner. Mind you I just got the car and wanted to at least shift from the column without having to shift for the engine bay. Also wanted to get a price on dash lights to work. Basically I’m trying to feel out if he’s putting gravy on the labor.
Here we go. Parts Labor
Oil pump kit - 225 375… Continue
Well I recently found a guy here locally, who’s got about 8-9 63/64 Cadillacs convertible and hardtop coupes. I also recently found a 64 convertible Eldorado. I really want to purchase it here shortly. If anyone wants to buy it off me or the guy selling it, let me know ASAP. It’s really a great price. If anyone is looking for anything let me know. If you have Instagram my handle is @caddikingheartbreaker. You can also message me on here. I’ll check back from time to time. Or… Continue
Although the radiator was not leaking, nor was the car running hot, I tool out the radiator today to have it boiled out and rodded out. Then I changed the oil and filter (filter is very easy to reach with the radiator out), then the thermostat got changed.
I'll have the radiator back from the shop on Monday, and will reinstall it then.