A Fleetwood Eldorado Convertible is a model 6367.
There was no Cadillac designated “Biarritz” in 1964. However there are many people who are unaware of this and incorrectly state or publish that incorrectly.
This website may be…"
AV sells for many applications per their web site and has data about the rubber specs which varies according to application. I’m very pressed for time in my work right now, but think it couldn’t hurt to call these folks if…"
"AV also says that they will make bushings in unique sizes.
In the mean time I identified another source for rear bushings: Caddy Daddy. Their site also lists the dimensions of the bushings.
Maybe you didn’t see it but I did some research on an earlier message and found a manufacturer in Georgia, USA who makes these types of suspension bushings with rubber.
Perhaps you could furnish a sample to them and they could…"
"Here’s a company in Georgia that manufactures this type of bushing: Their size chart is metric perhaps they could match what is needed for the rear control arm application
Jeff, I noticed that you had a connection to get a kit to replace the broken choke tubes. I also need the twisted piece. The application is a 1963 Cadillac Deville with the 390 Rochester 4GC. Any help would be appreciated, I would like to get this done while I have the intake manifold off :D I bought my caddy a year ago with a rebuilt engine and shortly after it had a major oil leak. Just took the valley pan off and discovered someone folded the gasket over on one side. At least I know where all of the oil came from now!
Hi gang. While reviewing the extensive photo archives on this site, I came across an excellent series of photos documenting a trunk pull-down assembly posted by Jason Edge. I really didn't even…Continue
I have a 64 Deville Convertible, keep running into the same problem - vapor lock on hot days. So far I have rebuilt the carburetor , new gas tank , but when it sits in traffic on a hot day it will…Continue
I have found a very good replacement part for the Upper A Arm Bumpers. The top part is identical to the originals the bottom can be used as is or after a few minutes with a belt sander can be ground to the V shape as the originals were. The replacement bumpers are for a 2001 to 2005 S10 Sanoma or Blazer. Part number is on the box in the photos. First photo is the box next to the box is the S10 part and an original. Next photo shows my sanded down part next to an original.…