Has it occurred to many of you that might have had experienced Cadillacs built after 64 to be not as nice feeling on the inside? Because in my experience after sitting inside a 65 Caddy the other…Continue
Hey guys it’s been awhile since I’ve been on the forum here but I recently acquired a 64 Fleetwood wood dash trim set and I want to install the Fleetwood ash tray door cover in place of the original…Continue
Hey guys I noticed something odd that never really occurred to me until the vacuum hose from the canister on the firewal, popped off at the back of the intake manifold port today after inspecting the…Continue
Hi guys, well my fuel pump decided to crap out tonight after a Sunday cruise with the family. I had to get the car towed home since it wouldn’t start.I’ve written on here before regarding issues I’ve…Continue
A quick question. Is there a difference in the bushing design from the 63-64 vs the 65 on up Cadillacs?
I am in need of some bushings and I've looked on RockAuto, and OPG, but I am confused because on the OPG website it list the bushings being the same for a 61 all the way up to a 76 Cadillac.
Caddy Daddy is insanely expensive and overpriced, so I am looking for alternatives.
Can I use the MOOG bushings part # K5184 for the 64?
Hello everybody, well this has been an interesting journy. I am still trying to figure out why I am getting a vibration at the flywheel area, I suspected something was replaced so this lead me to look at the transmission ID # on the side of the trans, including the engine itself. I can't believe it took me this long to figure it out, but the ID # on the trans is AA-65, and the 429 engine has to be out of a 65 as the water pump lower hose outlet connector goes to the passenger side of the…Continue
Exactly what the title says. Mine is missing, and I really don't like the flywheel being exposed as rocks and debris can damage it.
For some reason I just barely noticed this last night while under the car. It looks like someone removed the oil pan once before, and decided to cut it. I see the weld marking going all around the pan.
Why would anybody do this?