rwchatham

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  1. Ed is the one you posted available ?
  2. That would be a makntence sticker , a lube tag was a plastic tag cadillac used on the drivers door jamb just under the striker
  3. Let me clarify , the vin number is stamped into the frame rail on the drivers side , it’s very easy to find by leaning over the fender into the engine compartment and cleaning the top rail ! secind cadillac used a plastic tag that was screwed on with 2 screws just under the door stricken in the drivers door jamb . It was not metal it was plastic and it had the vin number also and a place to write the mileage during service . If you have some other type of tag post a photo and I can tell you if it’s from the factory or somebody added it on
  4. Yes the plastic tag in the door jamb is the lube tag , it has the vin number on it and blank space where you would write the mileage on it when you had the oil changed and lubed .
  5. They won’t accept the lube tag as proof because it’s screwed on and not permanently attached .
  6. The vin number is the 9 digit number that’s starts with 62 n , it is the one you found on the engine block and the oil lube tag . The oil lube tag was screwed in from the factory . The number will also be stamped in the frame rail on the drivers side top frame rail about 6 inches behind the radiator core support , will probably have to clean the rail to see it
  7. Looking to buy a new rotisserie that can handle large car bodies and wanted to see if anybody has recommendations on one that turns easily and safely .
  8. I meant to type 59 . Cadillac did not offer any steering wheel option for 1959 .
  9. John cadillac did not offer any steering wheel options on a 69 Cadillac . Might be an aftermarket add in but not an option
  10. It can shine like chrome but has a slight color difference compared to chrome , that’s where the flash plating comes in to play . Polished stainless has a slight yellow hint compared to chrome with a hint of blue .
  11. Thanks but looking more for a custom stainless , chrome shop . Someone that can straighten repair plate etc . This place looks like it’s more of a production shop .
  12. Not exactly , I’m looking for a place thaynpoloshes stainless just like you would on any stainless to put on a car but then it gets flash plated over that which in turn gives the atainless the same color sheen as chrome . Gives a more even flow on a car such as a 59 Cadillac that uses a mixture of chrome and atainless sometimes in the same moulding line .
  13. Anyone have a good recommendation for polishing and flash plating of stainless steel trim ? Thanks
  14. Has to be one out there somewhere ?