Bruce Nunnally

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  1. General Motors Co. has mobilized all of its vehicle brands, as well as OnStar, GM Financial and its Customer Care and Aftersales team to help customers impacted by Hurricane Florence recover as quickly as possible. View the full article
  2. General Motors has once again been included on the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices for corporate sustainability leadership. This marks the second year the company has been selected for the World Index and its fourth consecutive year as the only automaker on the North American Index. View the full article
  3. No there is luck involved. But in general for an iron block OHV engine, what has likely happened is a layer of rust has formed between the cylinders and the pistons. So some form of lubricant that will help break the rust up should let you free up the engine. There is a lot of varying advice on this topic on the internet -- everything from using a breaker bar on the crank to actually starting a fire in the cylinder to heat it up, or using dry ice on the bottom of the piston to cool it down. I am a bit more cautious and so I would try letting it soak a bit then see if you can gingerly free it up. You will also want to get the oil out of the cylinder before you try to start it up later to prevent hydrolock of course.
  4. My late Father would put a small amount of marvel mystery oil in each cylinder and let it soak in, then turn it by hand with the plugs open.
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    Mailbag: A/C on causes Overheating

    I am often conflicted with questions that ask, “is it possible?”. “Could one do it with the proper tools , skills, and insight?” may actually be less important than “should soneone do it?” which is easier to answer: and I agree the answer is probably “no”. Even if you had the 95 or 96 engine you would be better off (and spend less) swapping it for the right year before trying to use it.
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    Mailbag: A/C on causes Overheating

    Yes the engine is physically similar, but the 2002 uses a different interface bus and so wiring harness and electronics. So while it is possible to swap one for the other by using a hybrid of components from both, it would not be simple.
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  8. Welcome to CaddyInfo. I amended the topic title a bit. When considering a car of any make that is 25 years old evaluation of current condition is everything. The Allantes have model specific benefits and concerns in terms of specific parts sources. A lot of people bought them as collector cars and they are a fair value. Just take your time and find the 'perfect' one.
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  14. interesting quote here: Read more: https://www.crankshaftcoalition.com/wiki/Cadillac_engine_knowledge But again, I keep thinking that the powertrain in the 67 Deville will have most of the swap parts needed. My impression is the 65-67 had a 'new' transmission bolt pattern, and the engine came with an adapter ring to work with the stock 'new' transmission. However, both cars are 67 so again should be similar.