CLC 2018 Grand National - San Marcos, Texas, June 5-9

Host Hotel:  Embassy Suites by Hilton San Marcos
1001 E. McCarty Lane, San Marcos, TX 78666, 512-392-6450
Backup Hotel:  Courtyard by Marriott in San Marcos.   

For more details visit cadillaclasalleclub.site-ym.com/page/2018grandnational

1963/64 Cadillac Chapter 2018 Grand National Event Page
www.2018GN.6364Cadillac.com

I have created this forum post so that members attending the 2018 Grand National
can share their pictures and stories.

 

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Used the cool pictures of Clifford Muskus arrived at the GN in his 64 SDV for our Facebook Page cover pictures. Check it out at https://www.facebook.com/6364Cadillac/

Here is the picture...

I just did the early check in and it looks like we are in room 1021. It is toward the corner and hopefully will have a room of the show field.  For those of you already there perhaps you can let us know where the show field is in relation to the hotel and rooms?

I have changed to room 1017 which should be near the middle of the side where the car show will be held. Thanks to Chapter Member Tim Coy for emailing me the rooms I need to shoot for - 1011 to 1020.

At Raleigh Durham Airport and checked in and ready for our flight to Charlotte and then to Texas. Can’t wait to see our Chapter & CLC friends.

Checked into our room and have a great view of the show field for Saturday’s car show.

Jason

Glad you had a safe flight and got a good room and view with the help of a fellow CLC member
Enjoy your wonderful Cadillac adventure

Enjoy

We had a great Chapter meet-up. You can check out pictures on our Facebook. Page at www.facebook.com/6364cadillac

We have had a great time in San Marcos and will be returning tomorrow. There were 6 1963/64's on hand, 3 were judged, and took a LOT of pictures of the 63's and 64's and all other Cadillacs and LaSalles thru 1964.  I have posted Aerial and distant and other pictures on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/6364cadillac and will post many more after I return. Cheryl and I stayed a couple extra days and tour downtown San Marcos and the San Marcos river today. If not a Facebook friend, be sure to "friend" me and you can follow our shenanigans!
As of yesterday I am now offically back on the CLC Board as an elected Board Member and look forward to representing our Chapter & Website with a seat  "at the big table" during the next couple of years!  Looks like you guys have been holding down the fort here on the site and it is appreciated!  We fly in after midnight Wed, June 13 and will be ramping back up and putting to gether our Grand National newsletter after that. Jason.

Jason

Sounds like a wonderful enjoyable time In Texas with the wife
Congragulations on being a member of the board again
Why do i think you will be running the entire place very soon
That would be ok with me

Enjoy

Looks like I have a couple hundred car show pictures from the 2018 CLC Grand National to go thru when I get home. Here is a fin-tastic 1961-64 Group Shot.

The name tags on everyone is a top idea.

Too many beers and end up as full as high school hat rack and at least you still know who you are..... as long as you can read upside down.

Thanks for the pics so far Jason. (Facebook)

83 Pictures of the 1963/64 Cadillacs at the 2018 CLC Grand National have been posted to an album on our Facebook Page which you can see by Clicking Here.  Below is one of the group shots of the 6 1963/64's on hand.

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