1961/1963/1964 Original Cadillac Data Books for sale. $150 each.

I am selling on behalf of the Cadillac & LaSalle Club Museum & Research Center, several original Data Books for the above years. They are "working copies" and as such show minor handling wear. None are torn, and the interior pages are all in good shape. One of the 1963s has the name and address of the original mechanic in pencil on the inside front cover. As might be expected, it is the one with the best cover. 

Our curator had priced these @ $175.00 each. In light of the present situation and the Holiday Season I am offering them at $150 each post paid in the contiguous 48 states. Your purchase will benefit the CLC museum. Please contact me @ my email address rather than this site. I have (2) 1961 Data Books, (3) 1963 Data books, and (2) 1964 Data Books. (fltd6019@nwcable.net) 

I do accept Pay Pal The first purchasers will get the best appearing copies. I can send a photo of the copy you will receive. I noticed that Jason has copied at least one year's pages on site, so my doing so here would be redundant. Thank you in advance for any consideration. 

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Barry, Thanks for posting! These are a must have for 1963/64 Cadillac owners! When I get questions here on the site and elsewhere I often turn to these deailer data books. The are filled with facts and details about our Cadillacs You cannot find elsewere! 

I have sold (1) 1963 and (1) 1964 book. That leaves (1) 1964 and (2) 1963 and (2) 1961. 

Just sold the last 1964 Data Book. I have two 1963 ones left and both 1961 copies. 



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