1963/64 Cadillac Chapter July 2018 Newsletter Posted

I have just completed and posted the July 2018, 1963/64 Cadillac Chapter Newsletter to our newsletter page at www.newsletters.6364Cadillac.com.
You can also access it by clicking on  July 2018 Newsletter.

This newsletter includes:

- My Director's Message
- Chapter Updates
- 2018 Grand National in San Marcos, Texas

- Member Classifieds

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Thanks Boss, enjoyed that.

We are going to try to make our trip cover the GN event next year if we can.

Jason 

A wonderful presentation of the Texas CLC Grand Nationals and surrounding events 

Helps a lot to know what is going on at these events 

Enjoyed the newsletter 

Some of the very old Cadillacs there are amazing examples of our Great Cadillac GM brand 

Enjoy 

NOTE: I missed one of the 1963/64's on hand at the 2018 Grand National and have went back and added it to the newsletter and uploaded a new version.  The Newsletter can be access at the same link
https://app.box.com/s/u8s2c6l533z1rapt6q9ledvexfks649j
   
When I put the newsletter together I used the 2018 GN Program to put the 63/64 Cadillac section together. Jaiy Braulick, from Austin Texas had his 1963 Sedan de Ville Park Avenue on hand, however, it was not in the program and I regrettably did not include it in the newsletter even thought I did have pictures. I have rectified that by adding a new page which I have included in the section with 1963/64 Cadillacs.
You can see Jaiy's Park Avenue by clicking on:
 Jaiy Braulick 1963 Sedan de Ville Park Avenue

So.. we actually had seven unique, all different, 1963/64 Cadillacs on hand! 

Jason.

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