On publication of his article in the SELF STARTER on the 1963-64 Cadillac Chapter of the Cadillac LaSalle Club. 

Well done. 

Regards,

Jeff Kinzler

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Comment by Tony and Ginny 429 on May 16, 2018 at 10:17am
Love your response - surely said --in a deep vioce--0f coarse !!

Rock and roll Music is here to stay ---they tell me !!
Gotta feel a little bad for those who missed the early days of Rock and roll in the good old US of A
A very wonderful time to be alive for the younger generations in this time slot in the USA ( me )
I truly have lived thru the very best years that America has had to offer on so very many levels and feel blessed for that and by that


Enjoy

Enjoy
Comment by Jason Edge on May 15, 2018 at 8:23pm

Tony.. in my most southern accent....
I mean really southern....
even Tupelo Mississippi southern ...
   
THANKYAVERYMUCH!

Comment by Tony and Ginny 429 on May 15, 2018 at 6:35pm
So very much of the excellence that that goes on on this site --is the result of the attention to detail that is so much a part of who MR Jason Edge is
To me he is the very last world on the subject of these cars ( possibly in the world )
We are very fortunate to have this gentelman as our Commander and Chief
( no matter what his wonderful southern humble heritage may say in response )


Enjoy
Comment by Tony and Ginny 429 on May 15, 2018 at 9:51am
To all the members who make this the very great website what it is since i joined in 2006 ( the different sites that evolved to this place )
It does take -- A Village of cooperation --to get her done - to this degree of excellence
Looks like we got it right with hands on repair info ( Search library of years of stored info available here ) and the parts needed to keep you enjoying our wonderful cars with some reduced restoration frustration
Very hard to imagine --the difference restoring these cars would be without the computer technology we have available to us today
Making it possible to research and get the task done right -- at hand

I know i can repair almost anything i see done once

Enjoy




Why am i sure the info on this site has encouraged some individuals to restore a car that would not have not been considered without the info posted on the subject
Comment by Jason Edge on May 15, 2018 at 7:17am

Thanks, Ray. Because of members like yourself, it has been a pleasure being a part of this Chapter.  You jumped right in during the summer of 2010 and help us launch our Chapter, and of course your contribution can be seen all around the world now on the backs of those that wear our Chapter shirt and see the cool design you created. It seems like just yesterday we formed the Chapter, and here it is almost 8 years on and we are still growing and improving every day. I was going to make an announcement soon, but we are about to break through the 300 Chapter member mark, which I think is a significant achievement. For the many of you on the website that have not joined the CLC and our Chapter, I strongly encourage you to Join the Club.  As you  know, our website is open to anyone, however, joining the CLC and the Chapter will take you to the next level in terms of fun and fellowship as we enjoy these great cars!

Comment by Raymond Peter Bombeck Sr. on May 14, 2018 at 11:28pm

Awesome Job and very informative info on club and all it took to get it done and the payoff for all your hard work with the help of others to get this club where it is today. I wish I had it in me to participate more. My Hat off to you Jason for all that you have done and do as well as all the others. My 63 Fleetwood thanks you for helping her return to the road as well. I am a proud member and feel that I am truly blessed to be a part of it.

Thanks 

Comment by Jason Edge on May 11, 2018 at 10:06am

Thanks, Michael! It was a pleasure to write and thanks to all of you for being part of our Chapter & Website.

Comment by Michael Long on May 11, 2018 at 9:51am

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this article! I would honestly say it was the best feature of 2018 so far! I really enjoy our club newsletter but am partial to articles that pertain to what I love- 1950-1964 Cadillacs!

Great work Jason!

Comment by Jeff Kinzler on May 2, 2018 at 10:30pm

Thank you Jason!

Comment by Jason Edge on May 2, 2018 at 9:29pm

... and Congrats to Jeff for his Keep on Truckin' article in the same May issue! The 63/64 Chapter is definitely well represented in the Self-Starter this month!

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