CLC Renewal Sale & Free 6-Month Introductory Membership!

While the 1963/64 Cadillac Chapter Award-Winning Website is open to all 1963/64 Cadillac enthusiasts, regardless if you are a CLC  and Chapter member or not, we do strongly encourage all website members to join the CLC and our Chapter!   

There are many benefits of CLC Membership including the monthly Self-Starter magazine, Grand Nationals, Driving Tours, Local Regions and other perks listed at CLC Membership Benefits.pdf.  
Keep in mind that Once a member of the CLC, you can join our Free Chapter. 
With that in mind:     

  The CLC is also offering a free 6 month introductory membership to new members and discounts on renewals!
See below:
FREE 6-Month Introductory* Membership
Benefits include:
The Self-Starter online including 15+ years of back issues. (no printed magazine)
Member website access
10% discount coupon from GM Club Apparel
*Not for former members or renewal.
Offer good Aug. 1–Dec. 31, 2020.
To join the CLC go to 


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Just reminding everyone that you can join the CLC for free for 6 months now thru the end of the year!  Once a member you can then sign up to our Free 63/64 Cadillac Chapter.

As a Chapter Members there are many additional perks including the fact I give 1st preference on Wait List Parts to Chapter Members and provide an additional 10% off. This can put some some super nice parts in your hands and onto your Cadillac much sooner than later.

Today was a great example of how this works. I  have 17 contacts on my Wait List for the front engine cover --> 3 Chapter Members and 14 non-chapter members. The 1st contact, a non chapter member, goes back to 2014. The 1st Chapter member was added in 2019.  The Chapter member had 1st dibbs, and now has a very nice front cover (seen below) on the way. The contact from 2014 is still waiting!

Check out all the benefits of membership and consider signing up... at least for 6 months. To join click on



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