Here is a picture of Matt Eastling in the 63 Eldo father-son project car owned by him and father Les Eastling which will be featured in our April Newsletter.

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A lot of stuff fell of that car while driving over the years LOL !!


I am deep in the trenches putting this story together in newsletter format and have to say this will be our best newsletter cover feature story ever! I had planned to stop working on this about 2 hrs ago today... but this is extremely rewarding! And to think... I was begging someone to step up and be our newsletter Editor when we formed. I think you would have to pay me a solid salary to make me step away from this!


I am remembering when you drove a car in similar condition around your property and the parking lot accross the street with a good number of people ( relatives ) in it


That was my Parts Car #1 included in the Sept 2017 Newsletter. Click Here to pull up that newsletter with the story of my 1st parts car with pictures.

Like the article about your first parts car in the very fine newsletter you find yourself writing --very much
My memory and interaction with that subject goes way back before that newsleter at some time in the past when you coverd the subject on our sight

I think i will wait --for the MOVIE -- Jason Edge -Cadillac Crazy
The 63-64 Classic Cadillac Years

How to prepare your 64 to win the Big One --The Cadillac Grand Nationals

BEST PAINT --what the hell !!!! LOL !


Our feature story of Les and Matt Eastlings 12-year Father-Son project is complete and in the April newsletter. This is a fantastic story and know you will all enjoy it. Now I just have to finish the rest of the newsletter!  I hope to have the Newsletter out by EOD March 31.

great story and beautiful car !

Yep, i really enjoyed that..... oh, except the bit where he mentions no postage on his parts from Jason.


i think —we have to seriously consider —moving around the corner from —Jason 

the shipping costs saved  alone —-can justify the move    LOL !

These gentlemen have outstanding taste in selecting there Resto project — I have to say 

their attention to original detail is to be admired —by me for sure 

the 63 Eldorado is my favorite Eldo as I am a very big fan of the fender skirts on these Cadillacs as it add to the long flow and lines of the car in my opinion 

seeing this car in person would be a heart stopping event for me  and many others — for sure 




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