Happy Thanksgiving to all of our 1963/64 Cadillac Chapter & Website Members!

Earlier Fall Picture with 'Dino'

I just wanted to wish all of our US members and any others that celebrate Thanksgiving a very Happy Thanksgiving. I'm thankful for many things in my life, especially our Cadillac Chapter and Website and the many friends I have made over the years thru our Cadillac Connection. I have missed all the CLC Carolina Region meet-ups and the once a year Grand National Chapter Meet-Up this past year due to COVID, but the word on the street is the vaccines are coming and there will be better days to meet-up and kick the Cadillac Tires. I've always been an optimist and think how dire things would have been if COVID had hit say in the 1980's or sometime before the Internet. At least we have our website which provides us instant connection. Look for a December Newsletter within the next 2 weeks that will feature Larry Rees' 1964 deVille Convertible, used extensively in the Lifetime Channel's now airing movie "Christmas on Wheels".   If you have Lifetime Channel you can check it out at this link https://www.mylifetime.com/movies/christmas-on-wheels

Everyone stay safe and have a fantastic Thanksgiving tomorrow!!

GOBBLE! GOBBLE!

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Happy Thanksgiving to you too!
Fritz Seitz

Jason 

A second Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours 

Enjoy 

A first Happy Thanksgiving to the entire Cadillac community that make this place such a wonderful place to be exchanging info 

You know who you are ! 

Enjoy 

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