Jason Edge's Comments

Comment Wall (71 comments)

You need to be a member of 63/64 Cadillac Website to add comments!

Join 63/64 Cadillac Website

At 4:13pm on April 22, 2024, Kieth Colkitt said…
thanks for the welcome! the 64 series 63 coupe is currently being restored. it needed complete roof, due to accident many years ago. roof is on. right front door needed replaced and other various body work needs done. very solid car other wise. i have owned it for 43 years, my wife (then girlfriend) used to go on dates in this vehicle. i have stripped several 64s through the years.i have alot of parts. having trouble figuring what to do with right side quarter panel where it took impact. 4 door section dosent appear to match well. suggestions? thanks, Kieth
At 3:24pm on April 16, 2024, Todd Fox said…

Thanks Jason. My 64 is my first Cadillac out of maaany cars. I'm pretty sure I overpaid but it's mine now. I just want it to be a nice dependable driver. The engine and trans have been rebuilt and it has been repainted at least once. Still has the original red leather interior and  a white top. Currently in the process of replacing a lot of the floor and floor braces. I have had it on the road for a few months after replacing the fuel tank, lines, and pump. New radiator and complete brake system with discs up front to include a new booster and combination valve and stainless lines.

At 8:12pm on April 10, 2024, Duke Baldwin said…

Thank you Jason! I'm back on the forum.Its been a while!

Working on my first Cadillac. 64 Convertible. 

At 9:40pm on April 3, 2024, Scott Santora said…

Hello Jason,

 I just started on a restoration of my father's 1963 convertible. Searching the web for parts and information is what brought me to this group. The car has only been in my family since the day it rolled off the showroom floor. First my father's car, then my mother's when he passed, and now that mom has passed, it is mine. My dad bought the car brand new in July of '63' and I even have the original receipt for the purchase! The car has 22,006 original miles on it and has been garaged it's entire life. I am hoping to make this a driver and to get this beautiful land yacht back on the road before summer's end. Probably a long shot but hey, I figure I need goals (no matter how improbable). 

 So I am definitely at he very beginning of the project. I have the radiator out getting re-cored and the fuel tank getting cleaned and coated. The car runs but I don't think there is a single gasket or seal that's not leaking. Currently I am just trying to amass the obvious parts and get the information I need to keep the car original. I'm sure I'll be on here plenty looking for help, information and guidance so I can do this project right.

At 2:55pm on March 17, 2024, Michael Goldblatt said…

Correction,  the 62 series convertible is a 1956.

At 2:54pm on March 17, 2024, Michael Goldblatt said…

Hi Jason,

Thanks for welcoming me.  I recently decided that this era is the next one I hope to add to my Caddy collection.  I like the 60 specials and of course the Coupe DeVilles and convertibles.  I have three model 314s from 1926 and 1927, two roadsters and a dual cowl phaeton.  I believe these cars may be the largest intact collection of open Model 314s which were low production.  It's been a 38 year effort to get this far with them (it all began in 1986 after a friend found them in Oklahoma.  We bought them together but he bailed out as the restoration costs got higher than expected).  I also have a 1965 model 62 convertible and a 1940 LaSalle 50 series special coupe.  I look forward to meeting you at some point, perhaps at the Grand National?  I plan to bring my 1927 Model 314 Roadster.  Best regards.  Mike

At 6:10pm on February 27, 2024, Jean-Marc Boivin said…


At 10:48pm on February 26, 2024, Michael Monson said…

!964 Coupe Deville

Fi tech fuel injection on the 429

Ride Tech airirde

Fun car, just dialing it in a little

At 12:44pm on January 11, 2023, Logan Robb said…

Thanks! I thought I had everything set up when I joined the CLC club-apparently I missed the email verification part, my bad! Thanks for getting me all signed up, I am happy to be here!

I cant wait for spring to roll around and get some more shots of this car!

Thanks again!

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

I joined the Cadillac & LaSalle Club today.

Thanks for the information. 


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

Thank You!

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

Thank you, Jason.


At 1:05pm on February 3, 2020, Christopher Belinda said…

Good afternoon Jason,

Hope you're doing well today - I just left a message on your VM regarding some expansion plugs for a '63; specifically: rear cam plug, two threaded plugs for the rear oil galley, two front cup-style plugs, and the four plugs required to seal the rocker shaft ends.  I understand you're busy - hope to hear from you soon.




At 12:41pm on July 21, 2019, Karl Schwarz said…

I joined the Cadillac LaSalle club. It did not give me a membership nmuber, but it gave me a Database # of  59238258. I'd like to join the 1963/64 Cadillac Chapter. 

At 10:52am on June 14, 2019, Tom Payette said…

Thanks Jason. I look forward to following you and adding anything of interest. I will do a write up as you requested and send you the photo file. Best..Tom

At 9:50am on March 11, 2019, Joseph Vanacore said…

Hi Jason,

Many thanks to you and the group for having me....


At 4:54pm on November 4, 2018, Lucas Feininger said…

Jason thanks for everything you do for the Cadillac community, especially the 63-64 folks. You are a great help & inspiration to those of us who love these old Cadillacs.

At 11:26am on September 4, 2018, Sammy said…

Hi Jason and thanks for approval. 
What is the Chapter CLC? 

At 1:10pm on January 16, 2018, Jason Edge said…

Hi Rico, it usually takes 1 to 2 weeks but due to the Holidays it may take a bit longer. Contact Mike and Nancy Book at the National Office at the email or phone # listed below and be sure to get back with me with your CLC # when you receive it so I can sign you up to the Chapter:
Mike and Nancy Book
PO Box 360835
Columbus, OH 43236-0835


At 1:07pm on August 2, 2017, Jason Edge said…

Douglas, Post to our "for sale" forum by going to www.forsale.6364cadillac.com (or using the Forum Drop down menus) and clicking on +Add to add your for sell item. That's it.


  • Add Photos
  • View All


1964 Eldorado Survivor Registry - please help me add to it!!!

Started by Jerry Puma in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion 4 hours ago. 0 Replies

Here is my occasional reminder that I have been adding to the 1964 Eldorado Survivor Registry that I created about 35 years ago - I own Body 1800 - and I would like to be certain your 1964 Eldorado…Continue

1963/64 Cadillac Chapter May 2024 Newsletter Posted

Started by Jason Edge in Newsletters. Last reply by Dennis P. DiBari 6 hours ago. 1 Reply

I have just completed and posted the May 2024, 1963/64 Cadillac Chapter Newsletter to our…Continue

Tags: 1963, convertible, 1964, airstream., Brosi

Repairing Turn Signals on a 1963 with the Tilt Wheel Option

Started by Stephen Pechenik in Restoration Discussion 9 hours ago. 0 Replies

Jason Edge graciously furnished me with the repair manual supplement for the 1963 Cadillac repair manual.  Having reviewed the illustrations and read the instructions, I still cannot figure out how…Continue

WTS 1964 Sedan Deville w/all options 20k

Started by Tim in 1963/64 Cadillac Specific Discussion. Last reply by Tim yesterday. 3 Replies

1964 Sedan Deville with the original 429 engine and TH400 transmission. Engine has approximately 91k miles on the odometer and runs very well. I've replaced the plugs with NOS AC44 plugs, replaced…Continue

Blog Posts

Loud air moving sound within carb with cleaner removed

Posted by Dave Fehrle on March 23, 2024 at 3:23pm 8 Comments

While checking my Carter carb with engine running, I took the air cleaner off and there was a very loud hissing sound of air. I placed a piece of paper over the carb and it didn’t move up or down, is this normal?

Vintage Air AC

Posted by Chase on March 21, 2024 at 5:55am 0 Comments

Hey everyone, has anybody done a Vintage Air AC/Heat setup in their car? I want to bypass the old vacuum setup and go with a Vintage Air Gen 2 model. Before I get started, does anyone have any experience with this? (Which model to go with, do’s and dont’s, etc.) It looks pretty involved. Any and all info/pics would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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…



  • Add Videos
  • View All

© 2024   Created by Jason Edge.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service