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At 9:48pm on May 25, 2022, Elroy Castell said…

Hi Jason, 

Thanks very much for the welcome to the club. I have been a 63/64 Cadillac fan for many years and sold my '64 Cadillac 62 Series Coupe to my childhood friend who enjoys the car a lot. It was originally from Pasco, WA., Serial # 64G020283. A great vehicle and was also my wedding car 27 years ago. 

At 7:55pm on May 10, 2022, Scott Martin said…

Thanks for the intro.

At 5:39pm on May 4, 2022, Christopher Hill said…

Thanks for the add! I’ll be sure to get photos of my Caddy up for viewing in the next few days. This site looks to be a great source of reference for the 63/64 Cadillacs. I picked up my 1963 a few weeks ago for a mere $500 bucks! She has been parked since 1981.  Needless to say I’ll be looking though the site to help me bring her back to glory. She not in to bad of shape and I’ll share my photos of the journey of restoration as I work on it. 

At 10:34am on March 23, 2022, Richard Lange said…

I joined the Cadillac & LaSalle Club today.

Thanks for the information. 

Guido

At 5:27pm on March 9, 2022, Bearded-Weldor said…

Thank you for the hospitality! Look forward to digging into the information here! Just have to learn how to navigate and find what I'm looking for. 1st order is wheel fitment. 

At 10:10pm on January 30, 2022, George said…

Thank you

I have quite a few parts that your members could use. 

Sold my 63 coupe and convertible, plus my 64 sedan

At 5:46pm on December 25, 2021, Duncan Maxwell Fox said…

Merry Xmas Looking forward to getting to know  you all. Being a Cadillac fan has changed so much over the years, the internet is the big one. Ive just landed my 63 Turino Turquoise Coupe de Ville. Power gp1 equip gp B,3 It is a one family owned Black plate California car with 32k on the clock. In the glove box was a full registration history with the 2022 renewal . A quick search of  f/b led to  the grandson who gave me the cars history within 15 mins! It was his Grandmothers who drove it until  a minor accident. The car was repaired and had a cheap repaint. The family used it until her death  Was in dry storage for years until the grandson started a restoration. He expressed his frustration to me at the difficulty he had in getting quality work done, finally and reluctantly deciding to sell it. It is now for me to get it back to where it should be. This is my 47 th Cadillac after a 35 year break. I have a 2005 CTSV and a 1930  V16 project also. 

At 5:36pm on November 12, 2021, Bill Thielke said…
Where can I buy widow felt and complete seal kit for 63 coupe DeVille thanks
At 10:37am on September 24, 2021, Tony and Ginny 429 said…

Cameron
If you have a 63 Service Manual for your car ( which is a must have ) and the info available on this site you will have all the info you might need to get any repair or restoration project completed on our year cars  ( including parts from the part suppliers here ) 

Following what others have done for a given repair will inspire you to get yours done with the knowledge  and experience provided 

All threads are stored in a library here which you can find in the —-Search - on the very top right of the home page 

The boys that live here —-for years —are as good as it gets regarding anything  you need to know about our year cars 

So restore away —as you are in the best place you can be to be owning one of our year Cadillacs 

The best year Cadillac to own in my own opinion knowing and owning many year Cadillacs  in the past myself 

Enjoy 

At 5:31pm on September 23, 2021, Cameron Pellam said…

Thanks for the info. Site seems like a great place to pic up information and advice on work I need to do on my 63 Cadillac. 

At 3:19pm on August 17, 2021, Michael Morgan said…

Hello Jason, Thanks for the greetings! I’m looking forward to becoming active with our local CLC here in Orange County, Ca. I’ve owned my Cadillac since the early 90’s and have had it on hold due to life’s commitments. I’m at the age where it’s time to move on this wonderful old original car. Thanks again and happy to be included in the club! Mike 

At 8:50am on August 2, 2021, SVEIN ERIK MORTENSEN said…

Thank You!

At 6:52pm on July 19, 2021, Brian and Dorothy Lewis said…

Hi Jason.  Your recent post about waxing your trumpet horn cracked me up.  It was also a reminder that this rare option is becoming harder to find.  Please add me to your list for this mythical beast...dollars don't mean much to me for this item. I am also just touching base with you about being on your list for a commercial sway bar.  cheers

At 2:32pm on June 25, 2021, Tom Watling said…

thanks Jason, I have a low mileage '64 Eldorado Convertible that I'm bringing back to life, looking for heater hoses, a pair of red rear floor mats and an original spare tire cover. any help or leads would be greatly appreciated. many thanks, Tom

At 9:43am on June 11, 2021, Les Rayner said…
Thanks Jason for the approval to the group.
At 10:59am on March 11, 2021, Paul E Sheinheit said…

Thanks for adding me Jason. I was a member of the site before (many years ago), but was not active for a while. You sold me several parts for my 63 CDV when I lived in Florida. 

Paul.

At 1:27pm on December 7, 2020, Mark Sullivan said…

Thank you Jason. I was hoping to speak with you first before posting. I recently sold my 64 coupe that we had for 20+yrs and now that I have retired have started to thin out my automobilia collection. I have come across all the literature I had collected years ago for the 1964 and am trying to get it organized. In my research I am unable to find anything on several of the items so I was hoping to have some of the members help out with valuation input. My intention is to then sell everything as one lot. I have never offered it for sale before either online or even locally so this seemed like the most logical starting point as I am hoping the members will find some of the stuff interesting. I would appreciate any of your guidance as to how to best approach doing this. Regards, Mark Sullivan

At 11:12am on October 11, 2020, Michael Vogler said…

Thank you, Jason.

Mike

At 7:36pm on September 27, 2020, Ross A Klein said…
Hi. Thanks for message. I have joined. The sites a bit confusing to me at first and I don’t see membership number as requested on my receipt. Sorry.
https://www.cadillaclasalleclub.org/members/invoice_view.asp?id=37F794DC-1C42-4974-A84E-40CFFF5948DA
At 12:00pm on April 13, 2020, Marc Robic said…

Hi Jason, I hope this message finds you safe and sound!

I am wondering if you can suggest the best way I can advertize to fellow members that my car in for sale?

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The 1960’s —-Americas Golden  Age of Performance Vehicles —-and our year Cadillacs fit the description extremely well General Motors being one of the performance leaders thenThey were special days to…Continue

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Fuel Pump Failure

Posted by Jon Shields on August 6, 2022 at 6:48am 3 Comments

Hello,

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…

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Renovation project 1964 Cadillac Deville convertible

Posted by Balachne on May 31, 2022 at 7:00am 3 Comments

Renovation project 1964 Cadillac Deville convertible

 

Introduction

To achieve an excellent result of vehicle restoration, it is essential to  manage this task as one manages an industrial project.

To do this we will use a certain formalism of project management and therefore start by defining the need. It is from this that we will deduce the scope, then the time of execution of the…

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I was working on my HVAC system this winter and during the process of taking the dash pad off these two parts fell out. Does anyone know what they are and where they go?

Posted by Patrick Westphal on April 12, 2022 at 1:35pm 1 Comment

I was working on my HVAC system this winter and during the process of taking the dash pad off these two parts fell out. Does anyone know what they are and where they go?

1964 Cadillac Coupe DeVille Convertible Speedometer Bulbs

Posted by Russell L Parr on April 1, 2022 at 9:15pm 6 Comments

I need to replace the bulbs for the speedometer cluster in my instrument panel..

Before I open up the dash, I want to have the necessary bulbs on hand.

Can someone help me determine what bulbs I need, the number of bulbs I need,  and where to purchase them?

Your help will be greatly appreciated.

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