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  1. Anybody have a friend living near Somerville, MA who could pick it up and mail to you?
  2. Not super quick, but Rockauto has it for $75 and you send in the part for rebuilding. Not sure of their timeline but the price isn't bad. Good Luck Bill
  3. I contacted the owner of the car and told him of my interest in Chandler Automobiles. Nice gentleman said the car has been in his family for many years but not sure about having a title. Bill
  4. NE Ohio 2.89 for Ethanol Free 91 2.00 for reg unleaded August 23, 2020
  5. Rare Parts In Stockton, CA. I just sent mine to them on Tuesday for rebuilding. Be sure to call them for instructions for shipping so you center link doesn't go to the wrong dept. I have a new centerlink that wouldn't fit my 65 Buick Electra. It was to be for a full size Buick. It was close, but not exact. I don't think it fits a Riv either. Bill
  6. Looking to buy a clean and straight hood for a 1965 Buick Electra. Wildcat and LeSabre hoods are not the same. My location - NE Ohio Please post here or PM Thanks Bill
  7. The larger Service Manual details the horn circuits and relay testing. It the proceeds to the horn switch plate in the steering wheel. No photos in that section. There maybe other illustrations in the book... like this one. It even states to use the existing bolt.
  8. There is no illustration in the manual. Mine are separate with the low horn on the passenger side and the high note horn on the drivers side. Mounting location can be seen in photos. T Bill
  9. I finally got under my 1965 Electra to find out why it wanders when driving. I found a bad drag link, so I went upstairs and grabbed my spare I bought many years ago....and it's not the same. Here's a photo of my current drag link and the new one that is marked 715. I looked up Mood DS715 and could not find a photo or listing. I'm thinking the new one is for a LeSabre and not my Electra? I'd like to put it up for sale but I'm not 100% convinced it's for a 65 LeSabre So close. But not close enough. Any way to figure out what the new one fits? Here are some photos and
  10. Got to ask: You say that the #2 spark plug was dry, but you smell raw gas like it is being dumped into the exhaust? And you think it is coming from # 2 ? If it's dry then #2 must be firing or not receiving any fuel air mixture to actually fire. Is this Cadillac engine an externally balanced engine similar to a Buick 401 nailhead? Any chance the flywheel is not installed properly and your getting an out of balance vibration and not an actual miss? Good Luck Bill
  11. Glad you got it working. Bill
  12. What model is it? Does it take a super small SIM card or is the memory tucked away inside the device? I have connected a garmin to the computer and copied the software to another device before. It had to be the exact same device. I have 2 old garmins that I still use. I like the fact that I don't use data on my cell phone.
  13. Thanks for sharing. Good information to know. Bill
  14. After having to replace the pts. and condensor setup in the Buick, she's up and running well. I managed to meet up with the local aaca chapter who was sponsoring a 'social distancing" cruise. Since I live in the middle of god's country, I had to drive about 30 miles to get to where the meet was starting. We met at a local truck stop near the intersection of Rt 80 and drove through Newton Falls, Ohio. The town with zip.......44444, and and a great covered bridge. Finished up with an ice cream stop. I drove a bit over 100 miles all told, with the car running great. I think that makes m
  15. Do you need - or do you have a proportioning valve? Just wondering because I installed one when I switched from single to dual MC Good Luck Bill
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