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General Discussions / Re: Bad News/ Good News
« Last post by 62droptop on February 04, 2019, 11:20:15 PM »
Dan, it was great talking to you again the other day and it sounds like the doctors have their poop in a group and you are in amazing hands and the problem was found in time

pulling for you down here in Ontario and if anyone will kick its as it will be you!

wishing you a quick,painfree and speedy transplant and  recovery

modern medicine is pretty awesome stuff, my father in law had a heart attack mid October and they repaired a valve through a artery in his arm

knowing the way you research all your projects,and your amazing attention to detail,  i wouldn't be surprised if you find a way to repair yourself!
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Roger,
"I have a vague souvenir that the stop was not catch by the rear window's frame; I did a longer plate to solve the issue."
Is this the part you are referring to or something else?
By the way, I have 4 new rubber pads coming for these pieces in hopes that they will solve the pinching problem.
Chuck
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Introductions / Welcome eldo4u19 to Mid Century Cadillacs
« Last post by South_paw on February 04, 2019, 05:48:02 PM »
Welcome eldo4u19

Glad to have you on board the Cadillac of forums  8)  Your account is now activated.

Go ahead and kick the tires. Say hi.


 
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I'm on the left; my older brother on the right. The new car had just been driven home.
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Had a blow out on right front tire going 70 on the freeway and it did some decent damage. I need the following brackets.....

Front Fender Inner Fender Bracket - L-shaped bracket at the top of the wheel well inside the fender that helps keep the fender tight to the body.

Right Upper bumper bracket - The bracket the attaches the bumper to the body. It is right below the right front cornering light on the right upper bumper piece.

Please let me know if you can help!

Thanks!
Josh
62' convertible & 62' Couple Mile Custom
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General Discussions / Re: Carl's 61 Fleetwood
« Last post by Clewisiii on February 04, 2019, 12:02:03 PM »
Thank you all.  When I decide to use my original harness, or get a new one. I will make three modification.
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General Discussions / Re: Carl's 61 Fleetwood
« Last post by Dan LeBlanc on February 04, 2019, 10:15:34 AM »
It's been awhile, but I think it's on the body feed circuit which is a 30 amp fuse.  Just going on memory here.

Your best bet is to add in a 1 amp inline fuse for the clock.  If the points ever got stuck together (and it happens), at least you have a fighting chance of having the windings survive should this happen.  The points sticking together will never blow the fuse for the circuit that the clock is on.
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Who’s who in the picture?

Keep Cruzin,

Bob
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General Discussions / Re: Carl's 61 Fleetwood
« Last post by rare eldorado on February 04, 2019, 09:49:26 AM »
The clock has constant power from the fuse panal on a separate fuse 
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General Discussions / Re: Carl's 61 Fleetwood
« Last post by 6262 on February 04, 2019, 05:20:56 AM »
You are right about how it works and yes, it gets constant power. It rewinds every three minutes.
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