I am looking for a new project vehicle to work on with my kids. We love our 64 Coupe and will consider another Cadillac in any condition. I also have a 2007 Yukon XL Denali, (112,000 miles, good condition) that I can include in the deal if interested (wife making me say that to make room at home but not a deal breaker if your not interested). Let me know what you have. Thanks, Jason

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I have a 64 CDV that will need a complete restoration.  Complete car, been sitting for may years in the Arizona sun. 3500.00

Only interested in Caddys?
I have an extremely rare 1972 Ford LTD convertible that I am thinking about selling/ trading. Too many projects

This website is geared twards restoring and keeping the 63 and 64 Cadillacs rolling down the road

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Hello, I have a 1964 Black Fleetwood 4 door. I haven't started it in over a year. Runs good,  Brake drum on one wheel locked up. Been garaged,  probably 20 years. The front passenger door has a little rust hole, I have a good spare door. The passenger side lower front bumper is pretty much non existant (rusted away). I do have a good complete bumper with lower grille and mounting brackets attached along with both turn signal assemblies. Not sure of exact mileage but under 100k for sure. Would need to be towed. Lots of spare parts to go with it, fender skirts, grilles, mouldings,  etc. I believe it has every option but the auto light dimmer. I think   $2700.00 for everything is more then fair. If not interested maybe someone else on here would be interested.

John
A location would help get this done

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The car is located in Whiting, Indiana ,  46394.  It's about 40-50 miles south of downtown Chicago, Illinois 60617

I don't have a caddy for sale but (Tony look away) I do have a '65 El Camino project with a ton of extra parts, including an LS3 engine (as jack said, too many projects), and I might be interested in the Yukon trade. I'm in Ohio, just north of Dayton.

I have a 63 coupe deville needs restoration 

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