"I am a Stay Cats fan from when they were around and have one of their albums but never heard that tune
Just listened to the whole song on Spotify
One very great Cadillac tune
Really conveys the message to need to own…"
Wonderful to hear your Caddy convert is back home after you extensive restoration work
Feels better coming home always
You are truly one of the 64 Cadillac convert passionate lovers this being your second time around…"
Hello, and thanks for adding to group!I am restoring 1964 429 engine which I bought as dismantled. It is said to be smoking in driving and has been stored as parts for a year. It is most probably…Continue
Question: would a 64 Coupe Deville originally be equipped with cut pile carpet or nylon loop? Looking to replace me carpet, but the carpet on the lower rear front seat seems to be cut pile. I prefer…Continue
I removed the front cover to change out the timing chain & gears all that went pretty well when I put the cover back on I put in a fresh oil filter ,filled it up figured it would be enough to prime the oil pump when I started the car .Fired up the car and heard lifters rattling, So I shut the car down right away. So I removed the oil filter housing, and poured oil down the neck of the oil pump housing filled it up and filled up the filter put it all together and fired it up and same…
Caddy members, I’m upgrading my 64 2-door coupe deville.
motor guy lost my block (machine shop went under) so I’m replacing motor & tranny with LS conversion. I have motor parts (other than block) for 429, rebuilt transmission, converter, and too many other motor parts not needed with fully dressed LS going in.
Email me (Tom.email@example.com) or call me (210-739-4854) if you’re interested…..I live in San Antonio, TX.
I'm located in Melbourne, Australia and my 64 sedan de ville is stuck in the garage due to failed mechanical fuel pump. The first after market mechanical fuel pump lasted a few years before it failed & left me stranded 5 hours from home. A hire car and tow got us home. On inspection, I noticed a valve not seated within the housing. I was optimistic, pressed it into place and assumed the pump was good to go. But alas, no. From what I can now determine, the diaphragm pushrod…