1959 Cadillac 1960 Cadillac Technical Topics

1959 Cadillac Shop Manual and 1960 Cadillac Shop Manual

A 1959 Cadillac Shop Manual and/or a 1960 Cadillac shop manual is a must whether for you or your trusted mechanic. For the 1959 and 1960 Cadillac the shop manuals are available as originals or reproductions. They can be found in print or on CD. E-bay is a good place to find many for sale. For a 1960 Cadillac you need both manuals.

1959 Cadillac Shop Manual 1960 Cadillac Shop Manual

In addition, I have found a parts book useful in tracking down the parts or part numbers. These can be helpful in searching for NOS parts or replacements.

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Website articles or information pertaining to technical issues

1959 Cadillac – Articles and tips

1960 Cadillac – Articles and tips

Links to technical issues related to 1959 and 1960 Cadillac models.

GM Heritage Center – Website that showcases over 600 GM cars as well as literature from GM’s past. You can also order your 1959 or 1960 Cadillac factory build sheet.

Cadillac History – Page covers 1903-2009 Cadillac and provides specs and a narrative on each years models. A fact filled page.

Paint Reference for 1959 Cadillac colors –  a paint chip sheet for 1959

Paint Reference for 1960 Cadillac colors – a paint chip sheet for 1960

The Old Car Manual Project – many of us have the original manuals and brochures for for cars. Well this site has pdfs of many of these right online! For many cars not just Cadillac.

NADA Classic Car Value – we all like to put values on our cars here is the NADA classic car values.

Numeric Tire Sizes to Metric – getting confused about the proper metric size for your 1959 or 1960 Cadillac? Convert the sizes here.

Radial Tires and your original classic car rims – While I prefer radials on my classic car, be aware that they may place undue stress on wheels not design for radial tires. So be alert and inspect those rims when changing tires.

Motor Oil Additives – Do you need any special additives to your motor oil that is missing in today’s motor oils. Possibly zinc is missing. Today’s cars have a catalytic converter that does not tolerate zinc.

Pitman Arm Recall – Has your car been repair to prevent a loss of steering.

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