Cadillac & LaSalle Club
Gran National Virtual Car Show
Sep 1 - Sep 30, 2020

Click Here to go to Car Show

Best of Show winner receives a $250 gift certificate*
First Place winner in each class wins a $50 gift certificate*
Second Place winner in each class wins a $25 gift certificate*

Upload your Cadillac and LaSalle photos to participate.
Everyone is encouraged to browse and vote!

Submit photos from September 1–15, 2020. Come back to vote from September 16–23, 2020.

Photo submittals limited to Cadillac & LaSalle Club (CLC) members. Not a member? JOIN THE CLC FREE for six months and get access to The Self-Starter magazine, including back issues! Electronic membership only. Limited to new members. Not eligible to submit classified ads.

*Winners receive a gift certificate to GM Club Apparel. See for all your classic GM club merchandise.

INSTRUCTIONS: How to view the car show or enter your vehicle:

Go to the the Gran National Website. (Link coming soon)
Select the class to which you are interested in viewing or submitting your photos.
Scroll down and enjoy the virtual show, or complete the form and upload a photo of your car.
We encourage you to share your entry on social media to gain votes.

Peter Gariepy
Robert Schles

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Just bumping this back up to remind all of our Chapter Members to add your car to the 2020 CLC Gran National Car Show! I was just told by Chapter Member Bob Schles that we have ten 1963's and ten 1964's representing the 1960's! Lets get more of our Chapter Members Cars posted! 

Here is the direct link to the Car Show:

Check out the link and look for the 1963 and 1964 Cadillacs already posted. You will see my 1964 Coupe de Ville in the 1960 to 1969 Section.

You have 3 days to enter your 63 or 64 in the CLC Gran National Virtual car show. 

Let's see all of our Chapter Member cars represented.  Click Here to go to the car show.

Be sure to go back to the CLC Gran National Virtual Car Show and vote for your favorite Lasalle and Cadillacs by decade between now and Sept 23.  Needless to say the 1963 and 1964 Cadillacs are very well represented with many of them owned by our Chapter Members!  

Click Here for a direct link to the car show



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