1963/64 Cadillac Chapter September 2019 Newsletter Posted

I have just completed and posted the September 2019, 1963/64 Cadillac Chapter Newsletter to our newsletter page at www.newsletters.6364Cadillac.com.
You can also access it by clicking on  September 2019 Newsletter.

This newsletter includes:

- My Director's Message
- Chapter Updates
- Cadillac Fall Festival Details
- Member Spotlight: Tom Payette at Cadillac
- Looking Back: "Here We Go Winning More Hearts Again"
- Tech Tips - Drilling Out Broken Bolts
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Here's the cover from the "HERE WE GO WINNING MORE HEARTS AGAIN' 6 Page mailer included in our Sept 2019 newsletter.

Another excellent newsletter Boss.

For being so good, feel free to take an extra 15 minutes at lunch time. (we'll deduct the correct amount from your wages) LOL :-)

This was definitely a fun one to do. Meeting Mr Payette and hearing his stories as a Sale Rep at Cadillac in 1963/64 was a thrill! I knew we had to feature his story. The thing of it is he is 80, sharp as a tack, and was there ... you just don't find that many people that were around during that time frame to tell us the ins and outs. If I knew then what I know I would be a Chuck Jordan groupie camped out at his door step.  For that that might not know he was the lead designer for the 1963/64 Cadillac and worked with Bill Mitchell and Harley Earl in the design of those late 50's and early 60's Cadillacs.  He died in 2010 and with him a vast amount of info on our cars.

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