I'm curious what rear ends people have swapped in over the years. Our '63 Fleetwood needs a new rear end and I'm having a real hard time finding a solution. It's a "7" (see photo), which is what it…Continue
My son and I have decided to resell the Cowboy Cadillac (The Stories It Could Tell: 1963 Cowboy Cadillac | Barn Finds) We bought it, hauled it from MN to UT, got into it and then my son decided it's not what he wanted after all and it's going to need a lot of work. I have other projects and am just not interested in putting the time and effort into it. As you can see from the photos, a lot of what the project car started…See More
Not much feed back on this site regarding replacing the entire rear axel on our year cars with something other than a stock replacement
You might want to find a new ham ( the gear enclosure replacement ) with the…"
I'm curious what rear ends people have swapped in over the years. Our '63 Fleetwood needs a new rear end and I'm having a real hard time finding a solution. It's a "7" (see photo), which is what it should be. I picked up a "1" but that's completely different, and certainly won't just drop in. I'm wondering if other vehicles used that "7" rear end. Or if there is something more modern that I could drop in as a replacement. I'd like something that's more easily serviced, so I was thinking a…See More
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I've posted a few times about the strange issue I have with the trans on my 64 Fleetwood. When it gets warm and up to temp, I loose 3rd gear, but I never loose reverse. According to multiple sources,…Continue
First I will start by saying, I am a newbie. Recently purchased a ´56 HT, which has a 390" from a ´63 in it. I have decided to put a new Holley on it, but not 100% sure which one would be the best…Continue
I took the 64 into the shop to have some adjustments completed and in the process decided to have the lower ball joints replaced as was recommended the last time I had it in. I ordered the parts and came into the shop. They quoted me nearly $500 to replace those lower ball joints requiring nearly 4hrs of labor. Now this is a reputable shop and they know me by name here and they will continue to get my business. I am just questioning what on earth is…