I had run a 25% off discount for all parts to 1963/64 Cadillac Chapter Members through Dec. 31, 2022; however,  I AM EXTENDING THIS DISCOUNT FOREVER!
I currently have 503 contacts on my Wait List covering several thousand parts since many have several items listed.  Some have a dozen or more items on the list!   The earliest entries date back to 2009... 14 years ago! That is a long time to wait for a part but the honest truth is if you are not a Chapter Member I may never have a hard to find part for you since I always scan down the list for Chapter Members first then do back down for non-chapter members. That means front lower bumper ends, exhaust manifolds, front engine covers, intake manifolds, etc. go to Chapter Members while the non-Chapter members just sit on the list and move further back up the list.  The 25% discount and Wait List 1st preference is my way of encouraging you to join the CLC and our Chapter and rewarding you for being a member. I have seen several members over the years refuse to join, or let their membership lapse then keep checking back for items they could have had from me years ago if they had just been a Chapter Member.  For as little as $25 a year you can save money and actually get the part! It is as simple as that!
Chapter Membership requires CLC (Cadillac & LaSalle Club) membership and you can join the CLC for as low as $25 a year!  If not a member of the CLC check out the many benefits of membership and join today at www.cadillaclasalleclub.org/join .
I am constantly adding new hard to find parts on my Facebook Parts Page at www.facebook.com/classiccadillacparts/photos_albums.  This link sometimes does not work on mobile devices. If it does not work for you, go to www.facebook.com/classiccadillacparts and click on Photos then Albums, then scroll down. 
Also, note that I have a new email address --> jasonedge64@outlook.com.
Jason Edge.

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Chapter Members have saved a lot on parts purchases since implementing the permanent 25% discount to Chapter Members. 

- If  you have not join the CLC and our Chapter join at www.CadillacLaSalleClub.org/join.
- If you need something email me at jasonedge64@outlook.com



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