Went out for a cruise on the 4th and snapped some new pix...

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Nice...... :-)


One hell  of a fine Classic Antique Cadillac 

Love the look of the all black —with the top down 

The  body lines of these cars are as good as it gets 

Truly high end —-Metal  Car Art — the way I see it !!!

Enjoy that great machine 


Looks very sharp... newsletter cover quality pictures! Join the CLC & our Chapter and write up a bit about your convertible and send a few more pictures and we can do a full cover feature on it!  

In the past 30 years or so I have only seen 4  64 all Black Cadillac convertibles ( not sure what color your top is ) 

I am a  big fan so they do catch my eye and hold my attention  

That’s Just not a lot of that color in our year which makes the car a little more special 

That does apply to my all Beacon Blue ( white top ) convert as well 

Not very many in that blue color that makes it that little bit special as well 

I have been around my car since it came off the showroom floor when new and  now top down turn key in the garage ready to go 

The car has had special attention its entire life for the joy it brings me and my dad before me 

These cars are special to those who live and breath a fine  large luxury performance Convertible 

A very  important part of the whole Cadillac Iconic legacy 


Thanks everyone!  It's a special car to me, too.  After I left the 4th of July pavilion I cruised until dark and snapped this last one of the day  :)

Nice photo and nice touch with the lights on 




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