Anyone around Blaine Washington at the peace arch border crossing that can help me with an idle problem would be greatly appreciated, they stole the original carburator, so had to buy an edelbrock, brakes are working and rough idle, would this be a vacuam problem. maybe if a caddy guy is in the area he would swing by the esso station in blaine and talk with woody, great guy. my name is bobby brown, original owner, a friend of mine stole the car from me and took the carburator and let cats run through the interior, no one ever sat in the back seat before this, shame. So I am left with trying to get it running and clean it up on a limited budget, but I love the car, lots of memories and people attached to it. Sure could use some help. 8184913558
Hello Cadillac Enthusiasts,
I am trying to remove my 66 Eldorado's grille, but have absolutely no clue where to start. Should I, someone with little to no experience working on cars, take in to a body shop or is it fairly easy to remove? I really want to complete this project myself, but will pass if it is out of my league. I want to make sure she remain beautiful....
Does anyone know where I can get the replacement rubber weatherstrip that attaches to the tops of the doors under the chrome trim piece that runs along the top of the doors? This is the rubber strip that presses against the window glass as it is raised or lowered and makes a seal against the window glass so water won't run down window and into the door. Mine is starting to crack (age). B-T-W, I have a 4 door pillarless hardtop. Thanks! Alan
Hey "Que pasa" everybody! I am new to this group. Lots of kool Cadis out there. Working on mine right now, but need some help putting back some engine parts I removed about a year ago. I own a 1966 Cadillac Sedan Deville. The engine parts seem to be all original. I need picture shots of hoses and fuel lines going in and out of the carburetor. I also need to find out where the hose that comes out of the ventilator connector plugs into. Any help would be appreciated.