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Comment by Jason Edge on November 5, 2012 at 7:17pm
That was waaaaaaaaaaaaay coool! Loved it!
Comment by Ryan Trask on November 5, 2012 at 7:24pm

Thank you! it gets a lot of attention when i roll up to the store or wherever I'm going and drop her to the ground! its a great conversation starter that's for sure!

Comment by Christopher Codd on November 5, 2012 at 7:42pm
I always do a double take when I see a car drop at the car shows. The car looks even longer (if that's even possible) when its sitting low. Looking good!
Comment by Raymond Peter Bombeck Sr. on November 7, 2012 at 9:58pm
Slick I love how it looks low and just fine when she sits up and ready to go.
Comment by Ryan Trask on November 8, 2012 at 1:26am

thanks, i just cant wait to get it painted black. then she should look real good!

Comment by Jimmy on March 11, 2013 at 1:04pm
Hey man car looks awesome I tries to send you a message it wouldn't work maybe you could message me with some specifics on your set up it looks awesome I would like to do mine like that MSG when u get this thanks so much


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Electric Choke

Started by John Tev in General Discussion. Last reply by John Tev 7 hours ago. 6 Replies

I'm kinda thinking of installing an electric choke on a Rochester 4bbl.  Old one all beat up and should be replaced anyway. Good idea? Bad idea? Where would you guys wire it in? Maybe at the ignition…Continue

Carter AFB carburetor initial acceleration

Started by George Karageorge in General Discussion. Last reply by George Karageorge 15 hours ago. 14 Replies

Trying to adjust my rebuilt carb and having a little trouble when starting to accelerate from stop.  It bogs down and cuts off.  Almosit like its not getting gas.  Timing was set at 5 with a 480ish…Continue

Turn signal indicator

Started by Ernie Cottrell in General Discussion. Last reply by Jason Edge 15 hours ago. 14 Replies

I have a 63 convertible. I have been a member a long time but am on the site very seldom. I recently sold my vintage gold wing so the the 63 has my attention again. I just finished with some front…Continue

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Heat riser valve

Posted by Ron Hansen on June 20, 2016 at 3:31pm 9 Comments

Does anyone know where I can get a heat riser valve drivers side 1963 coupe de ville

Can we compile a list of our year Cadillacs ,and what they were curently purchased for ?

Posted by Tony and Ginny 429 on June 18, 2016 at 2:36pm 5 Comments

Thought it might be good to have any --new owners - of our year Cadillacs let us have some info about the current purchase they made ,when they join this site

Having actual market purchase prices for our cars ,can give us a reality check on what the 63-64 Cadillac are selling for most recently

If an on going list , we can possible see future market trends

We would need : cars year and model , year of purchase ,cars condition ( be it 1 ( for parts) to 10 ( mint ) ), your… Continue

Converting to R134a on my '63

Posted by Michael Forte on June 11, 2016 at 10:37pm 26 Comments

Hi All,

I wanted to share my experience converting my factory air system to 134a refrigerant, hoping it will save you time and money.  I got my system charged professionally and it works amazingly well, blowing ice cold at the vents.  Here's what I did:

I started with a call to Old Air Products (oldairproducts.com) from Texas.  I'm usually the guy who researches everything alone and then buys the parts online without ever interfacing with a human, but A/C is one of the only…


Windshield wiper motor help

Posted by Russ Austin on June 11, 2016 at 3:51pm 4 Comments

I pulled a wiper motor from a 62 Fleetwood today, and did a bench test. It didn't work, so I investigated.

As usual, it was the latch arm sticking from 50 year old grease.  A quick spray from a can of brake parts cleaner got the latch arm moving again.   The wiper motor works great…



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