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From Under the Shade Tree of The North Texas Region Cadillac & LaSalle Club

A respectful Memorial Day Weekend to everyone. 
                         
In the June 2021 issue of the Standard of The World newsletter:

Page 1-3. NTXCLC member Larry Kolodziejski tells us about his 1938 Cadillac 60 Special.

Pages 4. NTXCLC Membership Survey.  This is your chance to speak up about our club.
 
Page 5.  Cadillac & LaSalle Reunion 2021. Check the inside cover of the June Self Starter.

Page 6.  Memorable Pictures from the Standard Of The World Archives.

Page 7. A request for newsletter articles.  (Or I can run stories of my Eldorado…)

Page 8. Classified Ads.

Page 9. Activities Calendar. 

Page 10. Sunshine Report and Membership Report. 

Page 11.  More of our advertisers-Hagerty Classic Car Insurance; our popular North Texas Region logo club items; and Digital 3 Printing (they print our newsletter).  Also, our officers and directors. 

Next Board Meeting TBA
 
Page 12. Our Calendar for your fridge.
 

Extra: Anyone with a good working knowledge of the 1923 Cadillac V8 engine, car, and or parts sources, please contact Jeff Snyder, Taylor Texas,  at JeffsReserections@yahoo.com or 512 365 5346.  We visited this shop a few years ago – top craftsmanship.

Bill "Lifer" Levy
North Texas Region Cadillac & LaSalle Club
President, Newsletter Editor, Pate Swap Meet Director
B. Levy
41 61S Fastback
68 Sedan DeVille
68 Coupe DeVille
73 Fleetwood Brougham
01 Eldorado ETC
06 STS 1SG

Offline hornetball

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  • Name: R. Price
Re: North Texas Region Cadillac & LaSalle Club June 2021 Newsletter
« Reply #1 on: May 30, 2021, 10:26:05 AM »
Bill, I live in Granbury.  As a CLC member, am I automatically a member of the NTX region?

Also, let Larry know that these days, he could easily 3D print a replacement radio grille.  Just need to find a young techie gearhead.

Great newsletter as usual.  I would suggest getting on with activities for those that are vaccinated.  Texas has done a good job of getting the vaccine out there.  Granbury is pretty much back to normal.

 

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