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At 10:31am on October 17, 2019, Luis L. said…
Will have to cancel being a 6364 member. Because this car belongs to my 11year old son, who is on a budget so he can't sign up to C.L.C and pay fees. We have excellent knowledge on these cars. Three weeks ago we just pulled the car from storage after sitting for over 35years. We we're even going to send you pictures of our correct tires still on vehicle.
Too bad this site wasn't free.
Thank you
Luis L.
At 1:03pm on September 5, 2019, Steve Carey said…

I just joined, and have searched for my membership number. Can't find it. Where is it located?

At 12:41pm on July 21, 2019, Karl Schwarz said…

I joined the Cadillac LaSalle club. It did not give me a membership nmuber, but it gave me a Database # of  59238258. I'd like to join the 1963/64 Cadillac Chapter. 

At 11:08am on July 7, 2019, Jack Wenzinger said…

Hi Jason;

I am a paid member up through 2019.  I just searched my email and found one from you inviting me to this group on my other email account, jack@wenzinger.com.   Thanks for adding me.  Cheers.

At 10:52am on June 14, 2019, Tom Payette said…

Thanks Jason. I look forward to following you and adding anything of interest. I will do a write up as you requested and send you the photo file. Best..Tom

At 2:47am on June 6, 2019, Jesse said…
Hi Jason thanks for the add! I have some questions about your carb/intake project and wasnt sure if I could ask them here or if there is a different place to ask. If you get the chance let me know.

Thanks!
Jesse
At 8:49am on March 14, 2019, Fernando Vermeer said…

Mr Muskus travels to Aruba with his 64, and meets up with us! Thanks for the blank key my friend. Still working on it. Roading soon!

Best Regards

Fernando Vermeer

Aruba 2019

At 7:51pm on March 12, 2019, Brent Papworth said…

Hi Jason, thanks for the welcome. I'll have many questions, but I wanted to go through the forums thoroughly because I have a hunch than most of my questions have already be addressed. The old girl has 178,000 miles on her so I'm starting by carefully attending to oil and lubrication. Then (here goes) vacuum leaks and the remarkably, amazingly complex comfort control. Thanks again! -- Brent

At 9:50am on March 11, 2019, Joseph Vanacore said…

Hi Jason,

Many thanks to you and the group for having me....

JV

At 10:29pm on January 19, 2019, Kraig Wire said…
Hi Jason,
I recently installed installed a Edelbrock 1406 carb on my 63 Park Avenue. Do I need to install a fuel pressure regulator? I believe my mechanical fuel pump puts out 5 to 8 PSI and the Edelbrock recommendation is like 3 to 4 PSI. I followed the instructions on your install but didn’t see a fuel regulator on yours.
Thanks Jason
Kraig Wire
At 8:25pm on December 18, 2018, Erik LaValle said…

Just renewed my CLC membership today. Thx. 

At 10:14pm on December 13, 2018, Charles Fares said…

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.

At 7:45pm on December 10, 2018, Frank Herrera said…
Hey Jason! How can I tell from the vin tag if the car is an 64 Eldorado?
At 1:12am on December 5, 2018, Dj Lethal said…

Thank you for the welcome Jason!! Glad to be here! 

At 8:34pm on November 4, 2018, Kraig Wire said…
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 !
At 4:54pm on November 4, 2018, Lucas Feininger said…

Jason thanks for everything you do for the Cadillac community, especially the 63-64 folks. You are a great help & inspiration to those of us who love these old Cadillacs.

At 8:29pm on September 22, 2018, Las Vegas Lou said…

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 !!!

At 11:26am on September 4, 2018, Sammy Ham said…

Hi Jason and thanks for approval. 
What is the Chapter CLC? 

At 7:48pm on July 23, 2018, Andrew Baptista said…

Thank you for accepting me to this site. Ive already learned valuble info on a problem from you and other members 

At 5:32pm on July 15, 2018, John Himsel said…

Thank you Jason.  I am new to the Cadillac world.  I have a 64 Deville Convertible.  It has a couple of issues that I need to address.  I hope someone on is able to point me in the right direction.

Thanks again, John

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Trivia Question 17 - Item You COULD NOT Delete Because of Cars Heater

Started by Jason Edge in Trivia. Last reply by Tony and Ginny 429 6 hours ago. 6 Replies

OK. We had so much fun with the last Trivia regarding the car's heater, I thought we should post another heater related question.  So here goes:What item does the spec manual go out of its way to…Continue

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Good Sources for Parts?

Started by Bob Ricks in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Russ Austin 11 hours ago. 1 Reply

New member here so be patient with me.  New owner of what I would consider a rat-rod 63 caddy.  Previous owner painted everything flat black, in an obvious attempt in covering up body deficiencies. …Continue

Trivia Question 16 - Standard Item You could Delete for Reduced Cost?

Started by Jason Edge in Trivia. Last reply by Tony and Ginny 429 18 hours ago. 21 Replies

OK. Here's a new trivia. There is at least one main standard (non-option) item that one could "delete" on a new 1963 or 1964 Cadillac for a reduced cost.  What is it?  For extra cigars, what is the…Continue

Custom '64 Eldorado on Bitchin' Rides Last Night

Started by Ian Osborne in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Cees de Bunje yesterday. 1 Reply

If anyone here is familiar with the show "Bitchin' Rides" they started work on a '64 Eldo on the episode that aired last night (12/5). I really like the show and they build some amazing custom…Continue

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still need a driveshaft

Posted by wayne weaver on November 26, 2019 at 11:53am 2 Comments

well thank you UPS for losing the driveshaft that Russ Austin shipped me. 

however i still need a rear driveshaft section for my 63. mine has a vibration due to the bushing inside of it. its a shame because the ball and sockets in the cardian joints are perfect but it has a woble on the balancing machine. so .  still need the rear section. anyone have a good one ? is there driveshaft alternatives to use ? i am really considering an LS swap and since im fighting the driveshaft search…

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63 guidematic issues

Posted by maurice lapoiinte on November 24, 2019 at 3:10pm 0 Comments

 So my 63 guide matic headlamps stay on low beam all the time. I have so far bypassed the system and everything works normal. I have been thru the trouble shooting in the manual but this is where the confusion begins.on my car when the power relay is powered I have low beam and when its not powered I have highbeam, this appears to be opposite what the diagnosis says should be correct.The wiring is all original and no wires have been mixed up.has anyone ever unplugged the 2 wire connector…

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Another advantage of the Pertronix III

Posted by Doug Scarrow on November 23, 2019 at 11:12am 1 Comment

   Having tried both the II and III I can say the multispark feature of the III offers a smoother idle . It is also easier to install .Does not require removal of the distributor

Stuck at two red (dash) lights!

Posted by Jeff Kinzler on November 3, 2019 at 10:00pm 9 Comments

I hope someone can help solve these two electrical problems that appeared one after the other.

By way of background: The car, a '64 Eldorado has very limited use. It was at a restoration shop for 15 months until last January-  that supposedly did a bunch of wiring repairs including rebuilding the gas gauge that still hasn't worked properly, and the clock that hasn't worked, and re-soldering the broken wires in the drive door. All window and seat controls appear to be…

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