How are you doing today? Welcome to Tech Tips with John Russo. In this video we will be giving you a look at one of our upcoming build’s and some of the things we will be going over during it’s restoration! This car is 1967 Cadillac Eldorado show car we are doing for a client. Did you know that this thing is actually front wheel drive? With this 429 big block you’ll be drug around by a cloud of smoke! Check out the more below, Enjoy!
These are the parts we will be replacing an rebuilding:
- Body and paint
- Vinyl top
- Leather seats with logo
- Leather dash
- Engine Rebuild (to 20 over)
- Upper and lower ball joints
- Wheel bearings
- Rotors and pads
- Brake lines
- New AC compressor
- 134A Conversion
Below are pictures of the 1967 Cadillac Eldorado show car from when it rolled into the shop to where we are today, and the direction we are heading for the finished car.
Here at Palm Beach Customs we focus on creating the highest quality product possible. Along with over 35 years in the business our team of top body and paint pro’s use many techniques and materials that were not available for the original mass-produced versions of these vehicles. At PBC we hand craft one of a kind automobiles for you and will deliver more than just a car, but a work of art. In this tech tip we give you a behind the scenes look into our upcoming project car the 1967 Cadillac Eldorado, come back to see the process of how we achieve our high quality work.
Whether you are seeking a 1967 Cadillac Eldorado show car or another classic car to be your daily driver Palm Beach Customs is dedicated to finding and restoring an original high quality numbers matching vehicle for you. We will produce a work of art for you that is better than the day it rolled off the line.
Make sure you check back for more Tech Tips from our very own John Russo. Do you have anything you’d like us to teach you about? Let us know if you have questions or if we can help you with your classic car restoration or customization below, by email, or give us a call at (239) 281-6754. Until next time, keep cruisin’!
well, how’s 67 Eldorado coming. I would like to see more. I have a 1967 Cadillac Eldorado
John I will be adding some new updated posts with the completed car videos and pictures ..Best John