Logan Robb
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Transmission Mounts

Started this discussion. Last reply by Logan Robb Feb 3. 2 Replies

Thanks to Jason making a 900 mile trip thru Illinois, I am moving forward with pulling the trans on my Fleetwood and replacing it with the one Jason is bringing for me! That being said, I’ve already…Continue

Transmission Swap

Started Jan 15 0 Replies

I plan to swap the TH400 out of my 64 Fleetwood with another from Jason. I need to get with him to purchase that actually. However, I’d like to know what everyone recommends I do in the area while…Continue

Engine Rebuild

Started this discussion. Last reply by Russ Austin Jan 15. 2 Replies

To those that have rebuilt their engines:To start, my 64 Fleetwood does not need an engine rebuild at this time. But eventually, it would certainly be nice. And I wonder, would it be more cost…Continue

Tires

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Jan 13. 6 Replies

GASP! Yes, I know tires get talked about ALL the time. So here we go again. 235/75/R15 seem to be the standard replacement for the 8.2x15 bias ply. I ~REALLY~ want to put bias ply on my 64 Fleetwood,…Continue

 

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Logan Robb replied to Logan Robb's discussion Transmission Mounts
"Would engine mounts be more accessible during this operation as well?"
Feb 3
Russ Austin replied to Logan Robb's discussion Transmission Mounts
"You can get the rear mount at CaddyDaddy.com It is a better mount than the stock one. Same shape and size, but engineered better so it wont collapse like the originals.  The trans has guide pins and will self align to the engine. The rear will…"
Feb 3
Logan Robb posted a discussion

Transmission Mounts

Thanks to Jason making a 900 mile trip thru Illinois, I am moving forward with pulling the trans on my Fleetwood and replacing it with the one Jason is bringing for me! That being said, I’ve already been in contact with Fatsco to order some of the other seals I’ll need. Fatsco did NOT have the trans mounts however. Since the mounts will be accessible while the trans is out of the car, might as well replace on those. Where would be a reputable source for these mounts? Further, how do I ensure…See More
Feb 2
Logan Robb replied to CHRIS CARLSON's discussion Cadillac horns
"Jason, have you got any horns available? I have the short trumpet horn but only one of the others. I’m unsure if it’s the low or high and unsure how to tell? "
Jan 15
Logan Robb posted a discussion

Transmission Swap

I plan to swap the TH400 out of my 64 Fleetwood with another from Jason. I need to get with him to purchase that actually. However, I’d like to know what everyone recommends I do in the area while the trans is out. I’d also like some advice on what seals and gaskets I’ll need to do the swap. I won’t be rebuilding the “new” trans from Jason. I’ll be putting it right into the car and crossing fingers for the best! I do want to make sure I get everything I need so this is a successful endeavor…See More
Jan 15
Russ Austin replied to Logan Robb's discussion Engine Rebuild
"Since it can take up to 4-5 months to get an engine rebuilt, it does seem like a good idea to have a spare engine. Just be sure that the engine can be run before being handed over to you. Not having the original engine really isn't a big deal.…"
Jan 15
C. Van Tune replied to Logan Robb's discussion Engine Rebuild
"If you don't care about having the original engine in your car, then it's an okay plan. Keeps the down-time to a minimum.   But, then you'll have one needs-a-rebuild engine left over. Do you have the room to store it?  I…"
Jan 14
Logan Robb posted a discussion

Engine Rebuild

To those that have rebuilt their engines:To start, my 64 Fleetwood does not need an engine rebuild at this time. But eventually, it would certainly be nice. And I wonder, would it be more cost effective and efficient to have a complete secondary engine to rebuild in my free time and as funds allow? Then when ready, pull the old motor and put in the rebuilt one? To me, that sounds like a sure fire way to not rush things and make sure everything with the rebuilt motor is correct before dropping…See More
Jan 14
Logan Robb replied to Tim's discussion 1964 Cadillac interior restoration/refurb
"Wow! Very impressive! This is something I didn’t know existed! Very cool, congrats!"
Jan 14
Tim replied to Logan Robb's discussion Tires
"Personally Id go with the BF Goodrich L78x15 dual white wall tires that Coker sells. The width is more like 8.85 and according to research these were strictly a Cadillac tire. They retail for 330 a tire. I know I certainly plan on getting a set as I…"
Jan 13
Logan Robb replied to Logan Robb's discussion Tires
"Oh those look really nice! Thank you! "
Jan 13
CHRIS CARLSON replied to Logan Robb's discussion Tires
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Jan 13
Chris McBride replied to Logan Robb's discussion Tires
"It’s getting harder to find white walls at any price.  I bought four Cooper Trendsetters  at a local Discount Tire several years ago at about $80 each (before the excise, warranty and other “add on s”.   Another…"
Jan 12
Logan Robb replied to Logan Robb's discussion Tires
"How about some pics? Love to see that! That’s reasonable I think "
Jan 12
CHRIS CARLSON replied to Logan Robb's discussion Tires
"Robb, I dont know what you are willing to spend, but i purchased Diamond Back Classics  8.25 x 15 Radials with a 1 inch whitewall and the pie crust edge @ the tread on the sidewall . I told them my original spare tire had a one inch white wall…"
Jan 12
Logan Robb replied to Robert Alan Shannon's discussion Tony & Ginny
"Wow, I am surprised and disheartened by his choice. $25/year is such a small amount of money… I am still also saddened that the data will be deleted for non members. But I understand the choice  and accept it as I wish to maintain my…"
Jan 11

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Do you own any 1963 & 1964 Cadillacs? If Yes, Year & Body Style
1964 Cadillac Series 60 Fleetwood
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34291
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Yes

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Lower Front End Ball Joints

Posted on May 11, 2023 at 9:04am 7 Comments

Good Morning all! 



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…

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At 12:28pm on January 11, 2023, Jason Edge said…

Hi Logan, Welcome to the 63/64 Cadillac Website and Chapter.  Great Profile picture!

Be sure and check out all the links and pages and make yourself at home. The Help Page at www.help.6364cadillac.com will have links to many useful articles and information about our Cadillacs.

 
 
 

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AC HEATER CONTROL VALVE W/ SENSING UNIT

Started by Jeff Donaldson in Wanted to Buy. Last reply by Russ Austin 1 hour ago. 3 Replies

Hi,I'm looking for an AC vacuum heater control valve with sensing unit for my 1964 60 S. Does a fellow member have one they would like to sell to me? There are a couple of NOS ones for sale on ebay…Continue

Current 1963/64 Cadillac Listings on eBay

Started by Jason Edge in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Jason Edge on Wednesday. 0 Replies

To see all 1963/64 Cadillacs Listed on eBay in the USA…Continue

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Pertronix 3 install and resistor wire

Started by Dave Fehrle in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Jason Edge on Wednesday. 15 Replies

A few questions on the resistor wire, what color is it in the pic? The yellow/blue or black? And connecting to the ACC on the fuse box seems easiest way to go with the new switched wire, but where…Continue

Cruise control

Started by CHRIS CARLSON in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Mike Travers on Wednesday. 1 Reply

Is anyone using an aftermarket cruise control on there 64 Cadillac? what brand & model did you purchase?Continue

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accumulator dryer

Posted by CHRIS CARLSON on December 6, 2023 at 10:54am 0 Comments

Who rebuilds original AC  accumulator dryers for 1964 Cadillac? I have been on Classic auto air in Tampa FL wait list for over a year ,  There is one on Old air products web site that looks very similar to the original # 21-4214A but states it fits 1962 Gm cars, The one recommended for a 1964 Cadillac is half the length 21-4215A    What  is everyone using ? I would prefer to be as original as possible. Thanks

'63 Eldorado trumpet horn + 2 standard horns restoration

Posted by Les Eastling on November 15, 2023 at 10:34am 1 Comment

My son, unbeknownst to me, had all three of the horns on our 1963 Eldorado completely restored. We had recently added the Eldorado trumpet horn to the two standard horns and the sound was not very good... we had heard good ones so we knew something was not right... but there was not much we could do to get better sound from the 3 horns. 

There is a restoration service called The Horn Works who my son…

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Clock ‘64 DeVille

Posted by Matt Vander Hooven on July 23, 2023 at 7:36pm 2 Comments

Is there still a member in the Detroit area that refurbishes clocks?

Matt VH

Spark Plug Heat Range

Posted by Patrick Westphal on July 7, 2023 at 10:00am 1 Comment

I found a diagram that illustrates the main factor in determining a spark plug heat range that I was trying to describe to you during the chapter get together.

Here it is:

 

The main factor is the length of the ceramic insulator from the middle of the spark plug to the tip (where the spark happens)  

The insulator…

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