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Comfort control dash sensor grill repair

Started Jan 21, 2019 0 Replies

I've been doing some mad scientist work lately and one thing has led to another. I may have come up with a reasonably priced and easy fix for that pesky broken grill surrounding our '64 dash temp…Continue


Started this discussion. Last reply by Tony and Ginny 429 Dec 25, 2018. 2 Replies

MERRY Christmas to all you crazy Cadillac guys and gals!!!!! Hope everyone has a safe and pleasant holiday season. I miss you crazy bunch of Cadillac lovers but ive been over at "north American…Continue

Master cylinder defective?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Clovis Oct 4, 2018. 11 Replies

So I won't mention what vehicle this master cylinder is on and I think I know my answer but it always good to get a second opinion. Similar to performing a full frontal lobotomy on yourself. Get a…Continue

77 Colony Park wagon

Started this discussion. Last reply by Clovis Sep 29, 2018. 3 Replies

I've got a traveller's fuel tank that the original owner had installed to use on long vacation trips. He disconnected it at some point because of carb problems. I was looking to see if it could be…Continue


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Logan Robb replied to Clovis's discussion Engine ticking and vibration
"The stainless is damaged in the area, but not from wear. Rubber is still raised best I can tell. Gas pedal appears the same.  I’ve been under the car as well and everything is pretty ship shape under there. It was, again to the best of my…"
Jason Edge replied to Clovis's discussion Engine ticking and vibration
"Look at your brake pedal pad, especially on the right side. If it is pretty much worn smooth on the right side, even into the stainless trim, it is almost certain a 155K mile car. If it still has raised rubber tread and stainless is good, could be…"
Logan Robb replied to Clovis's discussion Engine ticking and vibration
"Thank you for a detailed list of the parts you have serviced!! It is greatly appreciated. To my knowledge, the car only has 55,000 miles. I don’t have documentation to support this, but I believe there would be many more issues I’d be…"
Clovis replied to Clovis's discussion Engine ticking and vibration
"Hello Logan, here is what I've done. Rear seal and bushing on the transmission, adjusted the yaw transmission mounts, new transmission (rear engine) mount, all new U joints and tires balanced. The engine is a 65 429 with the mounts welded so…"
Logan Robb replied to Clovis's discussion Engine ticking and vibration
"Clovis.  I’ve been reading all your threads about vibration and am venturing down the same rabbit hole. I’m going to start by getting a good tire balance, but as I’ve read thru here, that will likely not solve the issue as the…"
Clovis replied to Curtis Dover's discussion Aftermarket temperature gauge.
"I've added an inline radiator hose gauge coupling. Since our intakes have limited holes for sending units, I needed a spot for my electric fan temp sensor. I put an inline hose coupling that I was able to put my sender into and it worked very…"
Clovis replied to Curtis Dover's discussion Aftermarket temperature gauge.
"Yes Tony cheap gauges could tend to be off a bit but a good quality gauge will give a very accurate reading. Even a poor quality gauge can be useful if it will show when you are overheating. You just have to learn how to read it."
Clovis replied to Russ Austin's discussion Title and Frame VIN section for sale
"This subject brings up a lot of controversy every time it is mentioned. Let's face it, some cars are rusted so bad that that are completely changed. I'm in the process of restoring a 1965 mustang. Every single part can be bought new. So…"
Clovis replied to Logan Robb's discussion Add cruise control/Aftermarket Cruise control
"You can see the unit located on the drivers side fender well "
Mar 17
Clovis replied to Logan Robb's discussion Add cruise control/Aftermarket Cruise control
"I added a rostra unit to my 64 as it did not come with a factory cruise control. One of my favorite things I've done to my car after restoring my climate control system and adding fuel injection.  The one thing I suggest is that the…"
Mar 17
Clovis replied to Ray's discussion A/C retro kit
"I never heard or used this kit when i restored my 64 cc system. Mine now works perfectly as a result of the restoration. I had no previous refrigerant training or do this sort of thing before.  After studying a bit I bought all the tools needed…"
Jan 25
Clovis replied to Nick Gee's discussion A little Help! '64 Deville Convertible Exhaust
"Hey Tony, she's in storage for this year. Doing several other car projects at the same time, buying and selling property and helping friends with their projects. I'm hoping to drive her as my full time car next summer. Gas prices high or…"
Jul 19, 2022
Clovis replied to Nick Gee's discussion A little Help! '64 Deville Convertible Exhaust
"I bought my full exhaust system on Ebay. It fit perfectly on a 64 sedan deVille. Muffler and resonator included. "
Jul 18, 2022
Clovis commented on Christopher Hill's photo

63 Project

"1963 or 1964? It appears to be a '64."
May 6, 2022
Clovis commented on Tony and Ginny 429's photo


"Wait a minute Tony, I know a few things about Italians and I'm familiar with the north and south differences. But a BLUE eyed sicilian? Lmao."
Apr 27, 2022
Clovis replied to Tony and Ginny 429's discussion The TH-400 trans —an amazing design
"Tony I like to ride them hard and put them away wet!!!!"
Apr 14, 2022

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At 1:47pm on April 9, 2019, Kerry Glicken said…

Thanks! This car was once owned by the late CLC member/contributor Joel Prescott. Im curious if any veteran web site members remember him or this vehicle. I know Mr Prescott also owned a beloved '47 caddy.

The '64 Fleetwood represented elegance, prosperity, and the American dream to me as 10 year old kid. Still does!

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At 9:54pm on July 25, 2018, Robert Sweeney said…


New member who just purchased a 1964 Sedan Deville with a bad AC system.  I have seen that you wrote some great articles on repairing the pneumatics (mechanical part of AC system is now working).  Can you send me a link to your previous posts ?  Thanks.  Bob Sweeney

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The one irritation with my 64 Cadillac

Started by Logan Robb in General Discussion. Last reply by Tony and Ginny 429 7 hours ago. 4 Replies

Overall, even with the few minor gremlins I have with my 1964 Cadillac Fleetwood, I still love nearly everything about it. EXCEPT one thing. Why do the rear map lights not come on when the doors are…Continue

Engine Vibration

Started by Logan Robb in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Logan Robb yesterday. 8 Replies

To my knowledge, engine, transmission, and drive shaft are original to the car. I am worried I am falling down the rabbit hole of vibrations. Some tests I’ve done recently:Going down flat and level…Continue

Tags: Vibration/driveshaft/harmonic

Renew or Join Cadillac LaSalle Club by March 31 and SAVE!

Started by Jason Edge in General Discussion yesterday. 0 Replies

Just a reminder that you can renew your CLC Membership or join the club by EOD March 31 and lock in on the current rates. All rates, except online only, will go up on April 1 …. No foolin’! See flyer…Continue

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1964 power steering sector rebuild

Posted by CHRIS CARLSON on March 20, 2023 at 11:32pm 3 Comments

 I'm having my steering sector rebuilt, and considering changing it from 20-1 ratio 4.2 turns lock to lock to 3.5 turns lock to lock @ 16-1 ratio, If i change from a 3 1/4" box to a 3" box i could have a 14-1 Ratio steering response would be faster, shorter distance to turn the wheel to get a response,   has anyone done this? and how do you like it? thank you

1964 Daville dashboard clock

Posted by Willem Bol on March 13, 2023 at 11:33am 2 Comments


Can somebody help me finding a dashboard clock  for my 1964 Cadillac DeVille Convertible?

Thank you in advance,

Willem Bol

The Netherlands

Does anyone know where I can get the bushings for AC compressor mount on the 429?

Posted by Robert Schles on February 21, 2023 at 11:45am 2 Comments

I've looked at the usual rubber sources but couldn't find any. 

Need help with a hood latch

Posted by Curtis Dover on January 2, 2023 at 5:23pm 0 Comments

Hey guys, I need some help.  Could someone send me some pictures on how the first hood release lever on a factory 1964 Cadillac is set up, where it comes though the grille. Not the secondary one. I need to know where the thumb or finger position is located through the grille. Is it above or below the center grille molding piece? Mine seems to be positioned behind the center molding piece and will not adjust above or below the molding. I have a wire tied to it to release it…



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