CLC 2019 Grand National - Louisville, Kentucky, June 11-15, 2019


1963/64 Cadillac Chapter 2019 Grand National Page
www.2019GN.6364Cadillac.com

Host Hotel:  The Crown Plaza Louisville
 830 Phillips Ln, Louisville, KY 40209, 502-367-2251
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Backup Hotel:  Tru by Hilton.  
 810 Phillips L, Louisville, KY 40209, 502-792-8800  
$139.00 per night plus tax. Reservations up until May 11, 2019. 
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Group Name: CADILLAC LASALLE CLUB


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1963/64 Cadillac Chapter Members Attending 2019 GN
Jason Edge
Michael Anderson
Bill Bunch
Frank and Martina Butler
Tim Coy & Cynthia Rutledge
Travis Dowell
Clifford Graubard & son
Lois & Rob Harriman
Lance Hirsch & Family
Henny Karrman
Mark Nichols and Friends
Jerry Puma and Family
Larry & Emma Rees
Robert & David Robin
Bob Schles
Marty Smith and Family
Marc Tuwiner
Kevin & Caro Williams

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Chapter member Robert Schles is here with his 1964 Eldorado.

Here is a print of the 1964 Cadillac “Florentine” show car seen at the 1964/65 World’s Fair at the GM Motorama Pavilion, that I am donating for the CLCMRC Auction here at the 2019 Cadillac LaSalle Club Grand National in Louisville, Kentucky.

I've never seen this car before. I always wanted to put Eldo trim on a Coupe DeVille. They even cut out the wheel well like the Eldorado. Looks really good actually. 

A couple more pics of the Caddies rolling in...

 

I am not a fan of the open  rear wheel well myself on the 64 Eldo 

Feel it breaks up the smooth front to back line the rear fender skirts offer the cars looks 

The chrome strip down the center side of the CDV is a very amazing —Ding preventative and has kept the car free of a lot of potential side paint damage over many many years 

Enjoy 

Chapter members Lois & Rob Harriman with their 1963 Coupe de Ville.

The fins on the two 61's is something to behold

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The 59 60 61 62 and 63 Cadillacs have more fin --but the advancements in the drive train make the 64 my own Cadillac of choice
Still has the Fins
The turbo 400 trans behind the 429 being one of the higlights of the 64 year that represents the golden age of luxury cars in America
They don't make them like they use to ---applies here

So very glad i am the proud owner of one of these GEMS of the automotive world

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Talked to a CLC member named Tom Payette at GN Welcome Reception this evening and he worked for Cadillac from around 1958 to 1966. Here is a picture of him at a parts managers convention in Detroit in 1964 standing st driver’s door of a 1964 company car.  He is going to send more info and will include you in a future newsletter.  He’s 80 now and happy to share his story and gave me this print.

That photo is just too cool for school. I wonder where the car in question is now?

jason

What a great experience to meet a gentelman that was truly in the mix in those years

Do you know which year Cadillac or Cadillcs that gentelman is most interested in to have for himself
Just curious
What a world of info that gentelman know about our cars

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