Charles Fares
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1964 NOS Neutral Safety Switch

Started Jun 29 0 Replies

NOS neutral safety switch for Series 62 and Series 75 models with Hydra-Matic and standard, non-tilt steering column.  Part No. 650.  Does NOT fit cars with the Turbo-Hydra-Matic or with tilt…Continue

1964 Horn Set

Started Jun 28 0 Replies

Set of three used 1964 Cadilac horns, including high note, low note, and short trumpet.Charles FaresLa Mesa, CaliforniaE-mail preferred: faresmcmthelix@msn.comContinue

1964 NOS Hood "V" Emblem

Started Jun 28 0 Replies

NOS Hood "V" for 1964 DeVilles and Series 62.  Emblem is nice NOS, box  is smooshed.Charles FaresLa Mesa, CaliforniaE-mail preferred: faresmcmthelix@msn.comContinue

1963-1964 Convertible A-Pillar Weatherstrips

Started Jun 28 0 Replies

One set of LH and RH 1963-64 Convertible A-Pillar weatherstrips. These are American-made reproductions.Charles FaresLa Mesa, CaliforniaE-mail preferred: faresmcmthelix@msn.comContinue

 

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Charles Fares replied to Jason Edge's discussion Trivia Question 19 - What General Insignia is Missing on the Eldorado and Fleetwood 60 Special?
"Also, the 1963 Eldorados have neither a V nor a crest on the deck lid. -Charles Fares"
Jul 24
Charles Fares replied to john kilbourne's discussion '64 driver's cluster (never mind that) switch
"Hi John, I have a 4-gang  window switch. Send me an e-mail at: faresmcmthelix@msn.com. Charles Fares La Mesa, California"
Jul 13
Charles Fares posted a discussion

1964 NOS Neutral Safety Switch

NOS neutral safety switch for Series 62 and Series 75 models with Hydra-Matic and standard, non-tilt steering column.  Part No. 650.  Does NOT fit cars with the Turbo-Hydra-Matic or with tilt steering column.Charles FaresLa Mesa, CaliforniaE-mail preferred:  faresmcmthelix@msn.comSee More
Jun 29
Charles Fares posted discussions
Jun 28
Charles Fares replied to Kevin Kennedy's discussion Dimmer switch
"It works.  It came out of a nice, dry 1964 Fleetwood in Southern California. $35 plus $8.30 USPS flat rate shipping in the lower 48."
Jun 10
Charles Fares replied to Kevin Kennedy's discussion Dimmer switch
"Hi Kevin, I have the dimmer switch you requested. send me an e-mail at faresmcmthelix@msn.om. Charles Fares La Mesa, California"
Jun 8
Charles Fares replied to john kilbourne's discussion help adding fluid to top motor for '64.
"The convertible top motor/pump was mounted to the body sheet metal  with black rubber grommets, to reduce noise transmission while in operation. Some had four, some had three. When the motor was replaced, it apparently had a different mounting…"
Jun 5
Charles Fares replied to john kilbourne's discussion help adding fluid to top motor for '64.
"Were you successful in raising the top?"
Jun 4
Charles Fares and Dave Schneider are now friends
May 30
Charles Fares replied to john kilbourne's discussion help adding fluid to top motor for '64.
"1.  The top can be raised manually, with one person  operating the switch, and two persons lifting the top from the header. Pull evenly on both sides to prevent stress or breakage. It is often helpful for the two persons to start lifting…"
May 30
Charles Fares replied to john kilbourne's discussion help adding fluid to top motor for '64.
"There is a little more to it than that, LOL.  With the seat cshion and backrest out, you want to check for leaks. If the fluid is low, it had to go someplace. The hoses, and their fittings at the motor and at the top and bottom of each cylinder…"
May 30
Charles Fares replied to Josh's discussion '64 Fleetwood Glove Box Latch/Lock Assy
"I have the complete lock assembly. It is presently mounted in a Fleetwood glovebox door.   It does not have a key. Send me an e-mail at faresmcmthelix@msn.com and I'll send photos. Charles Fares, La Mesa, California"
Apr 9
Charles Fares replied to Louis's discussion 1964 Cadillac Deville - TH400 kickdown switch
"Louis, I may have a used one.  Can you send me a photo by e-mail to faresmcmthelix@msn.com to make sure I have the correct one? Thanks, Charles Fares La Mesa, California"
Apr 4
Charles Fares replied to Charles Fares's discussion 1964 Twilight Sentinel
"When the Twilight Sentinel is set for automatic operation, the manual lighting switch is left in the OFF position."
Mar 19
Jason Edge replied to Charles Fares's discussion 1964 Twilight Sentinel
Mar 19
Gregory Lewis Freeman replied to Charles Fares's discussion 1964 Twilight Sentinel
"How does this system work do you leave the light knob in the off position"
Mar 18

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Do you own any 1963 & 1964 Cadillacs? If Yes, Year & Body Style
No
Cadillac LaSalle Club Member? If Yes, Membership #?
No
1963/64 Cadillac Chapter Member?
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At 9:52pm on December 13, 2018, Jason Edge said…

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- Click on www.join.6364cadillac.com for more information on joining the 1963/64 Cadillac Chapter and the Cadillac LaSalle Club

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Locating radial tires for a stock 64 convert rim

Started by Tony and Ginny 429 in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Tony and Ginny 429 10 hours ago. 2 Replies

Did some looking around to see where i could find some new 265 75r 15  radial tires for the 64 convert The current radial I have on the car I was  very surprised to see the size has become a problem…Continue

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vacuum canister

Started by Walt Timmerman in General Discussion. Last reply by Jason Edge 12 hours ago. 2 Replies

what is the vacuum canister for that is behind the drivers front fender?After removing my fender I see its got a hole in the top but nothing is hooked to it and no line is laying there.Any help would…Continue

Where is the a/c evaporator box drain

Started by Tosh Dickenson in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Tony and Ginny 429 14 hours ago. 1 Reply

I can't spot the traditional evaporator box drain tube on my '64 Deville.  I don't like how the water runs down the body line.  Is there an integrated drain tube?  If not, has anybody added…Continue

front end pieces.

Started by Walt Timmerman in Wanted to Buy 14 hours ago. 0 Replies

looking for LH drivers side boomerag piece, middle piece for the grille, both braces on the back of the grille and the lower end of the bumper on the right side. My car was hit in the front end. Its…Continue

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Electrical

Posted by Anthony Boles on August 8, 2020 at 5:46pm 5 Comments

My 1964 Cadillac electrical system is running around 17 volt which is to high,the alternator, battery and the voltage regulator was replaced but the voltage is still to high, could it be the pig tail that plugs into the voltage regulator. 

63 Caddy Horn

Posted by Robert Alan Shannon on May 27, 2020 at 9:25am 10 Comments

 Just noticed a 1963  Caddy trumpet horn on Ebay. No part # given but some of his other items are 1963 specific, just throwin this out there, I have no connection to this listing .

Wiring connection help.

Posted by Jimmy Davis on May 24, 2020 at 9:15pm 2 Comments

Can someone help me figure where these connections go? I have a 64 60 special if it matters.…



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Wood grain finally done.

Posted by Jimmy Davis on May 20, 2020 at 4:57pm 3 Comments

After years of wanting to, I finally redid my wood dash paneling on my 64 60s. Not too hard to do either.…

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