Back to the hotel in Hickory NC with parts car #54 - a 1964 Series 62 Four Window Sedan. Lots of goodies on this beauty! Headed home with our prize tomorrow.

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I still need a good glove box door latch my friend...

Matthew, I have a glove box latch if you are still looking.

Ian Osborne

Looking for a flexplate for my 64 DeVille. Let me know if it's available my man.

Hi George, Email me at to go on the Wait List. I have a few already on the list and of course this parts car has the Hydramatic driveplate.. so it will be a future parts car that starts to whittle down the list.

Gotcha. I should be on your list already. Thanks my man.

George. You are #5 of 5 with the first dating back to late 2018. I noticed none on the list are CLC or Chapter members. Join the CLC, then our Free Chapter and you will go to the front of the line and get first preference on all parts and 10% Discount.. OH. and you join the coolest car club on the planet and start receiving the award winning Self-Starter Magazine, and can join regions, attend Grand Nationals, go on driving tours and many other perks. It's a Win-Win-Win..and a few more Wins to boot!

Wow.. I knew it wasn't gonna be easy to find the flex plate but 3 years someone's been looking.? That's kinda a bummer. I'll check out the CLC when I get a minute and sign up. Thanks again.!

I've got 66 customers that have been waiting for really hard to find parts since 2013. The earliers entries are 2009.

George, I may have sourced a flex plate for you.   email me please;   with your zip code for a shipping quote. 

Will do



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Thank you Kurt re: VIN location

Posted by Robert Pellow on April 19, 2021 at 1:07pm 0 Comments

I just wanted to say a thank you to Kurt for steering me to the tech tips page on V.I.N. locations.  Excellent information.  Thanks a bundle.

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V.I.N. where?

Posted by Robert Pellow on April 18, 2021 at 1:41pm 6 Comments

Where can I find the V.I.N. on a 63 convertible?  The usual space at the base of the interior windshield on the driver's side has been decimated by weather.


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