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General Discussions / Re: 1962 - Bubbles in Radiator
« Last post by Cadillacfreak on Today at 04:28:11 PM »
Side question, is there a difference in radiator cap if you have a car with or without A/C?
And which cap do I need since my car doesn't have an A/C anymore?
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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Re: Cadillac Salesmen
« Last post by kimberlin1974 on Yesterday at 03:44:57 PM »
Two Beautiful cars although your Cadillac is definitely my favorite. I'm a bit Cadillac biased you know....Lol  ;D
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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Re: Mid Century Cadillac Dealer Roster
« Last post by Clewisiii on Yesterday at 02:44:31 PM »
Key Olds-Cadillac Co., San Angelo Texas

The Weaver Motor Co., Dover Ohio

Claude Nolan Inc., Jacksonville Florida

Thomas Cadillac-Oldsmobile Inc., Charlotte North Carolina

Brown Wood Co., Greenville North Carolina

Rubicon Cadillac Inc., Dayton Ohio

Conway Cadillac Inc., Shaker Heights Ohio

Simons Cadillac Inc., Dayton Ohio

Norwood Automobile Co., Norwood Massachusetts

Fred A. Carlson Co., Salt Lake City Utah.

Birch and Birch Inc., Dover New Jersey

Johnston Cadillac Inc., Trenton New Jersey

Jerome Motor Company, New Kensington Pennsylvania

The Brown & Thomas Automobile Co., New Haven Connecticut.

Mutual Motors, Columbia South Carolina.

Wilson Pontiac Cadillac Inc., Birmingham Michigan.

Gene Winer Cadillac, Bakersfield California

Wiley Motor Company Inc., Owosso Michigan.

Stauffacher Motors Inc., Marshall Minnesota.

More to follow.....   

I cannot believe I am commenting on such an old post about such a minor topic.   But Wiley Motor Company in Owosso is now Young Cadillac.

They are who do the service on my car.
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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Re: Cadillac Salesmen
« Last post by FINCADI on Yesterday at 01:29:51 PM »
Love the green color combination. As you can see I am kind of partial to green cars myself. I no longer own the '58 Edsel as it lived up to it's reputation of being a mechanical nightmare. Strictly sticking to Cadillacs from now on!
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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Re: Cadillac Salesmen
« Last post by kimberlin1974 on September 23, 2018, 09:53:35 PM »
Thank You,  Yes I really liked it the first time I saw it too. The body color is Thebes Green code #32 and the roof color is Arlington Green code #36
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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Re: Cadillac Salesmen
« Last post by FINCADI on September 23, 2018, 09:20:22 PM »
What a great story to go along with that beautiful car!  That color of your car is very striking, what do they call that color?
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General Discussions / Re: 1962 - Bubbles in Radiator
« Last post by Externet on September 23, 2018, 09:27:59 AM »
Hi.
No bubbles during the warming period could tell there is no head gasket compression leak towards cooling chamber.
The foamy part makes me scratch my head...  tiny foamy bubbles instead of 'boiling' type of bubbles  ???
The dash thermometer peaking could mean sticky thermostat.  I would remove the thermostat and plug the bypass coolant path just to compare behaviors.  If I remember well, takes a ball smaller than a golf ball to block the bypass. If I remember well, the bypass passage is under the thermostat, joining the block outlet to the block inlet.  Please inspect to confirm.
Then, check if without installing the radiator cap, idling until hot...  Do bubbles begin foam tiny and later become boiling size ?

Is the exhaust white steamy ?  Does coolant level gets lower ?

Just for peace of mind, re-tighten water pump hose inlet clamps.  And driving with no thermostat and bypass blocked is not harmful at all.

Was a chemical flush used ?
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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Re: Cadillac Salesmen
« Last post by South_paw on September 22, 2018, 10:07:53 AM »
Very cool. I had similar luck when researching the history of my car. My dealer was a small dealership with only one salesman. Deductive reasoning makes him the salesman for my car  ;D 
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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Cadillac Salesmen
« Last post by kimberlin1974 on September 22, 2018, 07:44:50 AM »
 I thought I might share an interesting discovery I found out about my car. I have owned my Cadillac for 7 years now and during that time I have spent a great deal of effort in learning everything I can about its history. I was very lucky to have the original owners identification card which has been a great help in learning a lot about it. In addition to that the second page of owners manual had an interesting signature (Ed Snyder) I was curious as to who this was. I knew it wasn't the original owner so I thought maybe the salesmen? With that in mind I started searching the newspaper archives for an Ed Snyder in connection with the dealership my car came from. What I found was beyond my greatest expectations. I found an article from august of 1956 Just a few months before my car was to be sold new introducing a new Cadillac salesmen named Ed Snyder. I think it's a pretty safe bet that this was the original salesmen that sold my Cadillac 61 years ago how cool is that!  :)
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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Re: Series 62 vs Coupe DeVille
« Last post by 57shark82 on September 21, 2018, 12:03:19 PM »

You have a Coupe Deville according to the title.  I can't wait to see the pictures.  I love the 60 model year.
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