I have posted a few Misc items over on my Classic Cadillac Parts Facebook page at www.facebook.com/classiccadillacparts and will post a few here on this thread from time to time.
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SOLD OUT! New Cadmium Plated 56-67 Valve Cover Screw & Washer S... <-- Click for More Pictures
Sold out but plan to have a few more sets plated in the near future.
I am selling complete valve cover screw and washer sets with New Cadmium Plating for $20 (8 screws and 8 washers for 2 valve covers). The screws were the same 1950 to 1967, and the washers were the same 1956 to 1967.
NOTE: From the factory the valve covers, oil pan, valve cover and a few other externals and screws were painted Cadillac blue as an assembly.I consider installing these with the Cad coating an upgrade, but you can of course be painted back over if you want exact factory original. I have installed on my 1964 Coupe de Ville and they sure look good. See last picture. Email me at email@example.com.
SOLD OUT! New Cadmium Plated 1961 to 67 Air Filter Stud & Nut -... <-- Click for More Pictures
Sold out but do plan to have a few more plated in the near future.
I have a batch of original air cleaner studs and wing nuts that fit 1961 to 1966 Cadillacs, and 1967 except Eldorado that have New Cadmium plating for $10. NOTE: There were 2 length studs 4 5/8" & 5". The 5" will work with either Carb, but the 4 5/8" only works with the Rochester. I will send the longer stud unless you ask for the shorter one. For my personal 64 Coupe de Ville I like to put a small washer underneath the wing nut. I can throw in a washer if you want one but not required. See my picture of the wing nut with washer. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
SOLD OUT... HOPE TO HAVE A FEW MORE IN THE NEAR FUTURE. I DO HAVE EITHER LENGTH STUD FOR $2.
I have a batch of the primary cranking ignition harness retainers with new Cadmium Plating that fit 1959 to 1964 Cadillacs (and 1965 Series 75) for $15. This includes the 2 retainer halves & 2 correct, original screws. Check out the last picture. This will really bring the firewall back to life! Email me at email@example.com
New Cadmium Plated 64 Upper Hood Latch Assembly - $125 <-- Click for More Pictures
BACK IN STOCK!
I have super nice 1964 Cadillac upper hood latch assemblies like the one seen here with New Cadmium Plating and bead blasted & painted spring, with nut strips and bolts for $125. This required some time to disassemble, have plated, clean and paint spring, & reassemble. This gives an incredible under hood look as seen on my personal 1964 Coupe de Ville. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I was down to 1 of these 64 Upper Hood latches with the new Cadmium Plating and just made my last 3 up. Once they are gone they are gone and will have to wait until I get more parts cars in the coming years for donors. If you want to bring your underhood back to life email me at email@example.com.
New Cadmium Plated 1956 to 1964 Shift Rods - $20
I have New Cadmium plated Steering Column Shift Shafts (Rod) for both the tilt and non-tilt colums for $20 each. The shorter tilt column version fits 1963 & 1964 Cadillacs. The longer non-tilt version fits 1956 to 1964 Cadillacs. Email See picture of on installed in last picure. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
New Cadmium Plated 1964 Brake Booster Hose Hanger Bracket - $10
I have the back of carburetor to power brake booster vacuum hose hanger brackets found on 1964 Cadillacs with New Cadmium Plating for $10. I haven't seen them on the 63 parts cars I have brought in, but the MPB seems to indicate they were used for a wide range of years but need to confirm. They were definitely used throughout 1964. Email me at email@example.com
I have a few more larger Cadmium Plated items to get posted, then I will start working on the huge assortment of bolts and fasteners ou see on my dining room table. Thanks to my wife Cheryl for sorting through these in just over 2 days! I think she is a keeper! In the coming days and weeks I will start posting specific bolt types, and groupings. I will be working through replacing bolts on my own 64 Coupe de Ville to help ensure I get the groupings correct. I will also have another parts car on hand in a couple of weeks and will pay closer attention to the bolts as they come off than I ever have! Stay tuned!