There is a couple in their 80s about ready to celibrate their 50th wedding anaversery. Their son saw my 63 Cadillac in San Diego and he is trying to find a 1960-1964 Cadillac in Las Vegas in the spring for a ride. Why? It seems these couple had a 1962 Cadillac when they were married 50 years ago. The son wants to do something nice for them and find “the car” to take them to a nice dinner or show.
If you have a nice Cadillac in Vegas, I would like to connect you…Continue
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Does anybody have a detailed set of instructions on how the heater core comes out???
Is this from the inside on the car (disassemble the dash?) or from the engine compartment??
My Jetaway in my 1963 convertible is giving me problems....again. It has 10K on a rebuild. The transmission has been a problem some years and I have a lot of money into it. I have not found a good transmission guy, so I am thinking.
Does anybody have specific parts and instructions for a 700R transplant?? I am thinking that I might just get rid of the Jetaway and the headaches from the thing.
After cleaning these switches several times, I need to give up on this switches. I understand there are some options (none of which I have used). I understand
1. There is an AC Delco Part #F6035 (UPC 21625479576)
2. Airtex/Wells Part # 1S1098 used in 1968 Ford Falcons and Torinos (also has numbers 88924188, DOOZ13713A, DIAZ13713E, D70Z13713A and SW110)
3. A Mercedes 1999-2000 CLK430 switch (square) WO133-1893249
These are all 3-pole switches. I would…Continue
I am running an original AM/FM radio and I want to improve my situation.
The radio works, However:
- AM has some static, and is unusable at high speeds. This is not engine related. I think it is front wheel and speed related. At 70mph, I can turn the engine off and still have the problem. At a stop, it works. I understand there were noise suppressors in the front hubs. I heard these were routinely removed when the brakes were serviced. I do not have any.…Continue
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