Cadillac-LaSalle Club, Inc.
The Cadillac-LaSalle Club was founded in Michigan in 1958 as a national club for the purposes of restoration, preservation, publication, and exchange of information on Cadillac and LaSalle automobiles, and to promote the fellowship among club members. Anyone in sympathy with the best interests of the club is eligible for membership. All members receive monthly issues of the “Self Starter”, the club magazine. Technical specialists are identified in the national club roster to assist members with questions about their cars. The club roster is published annually which lists the members’ cars by year and model. The national club operation is conducted by elected officers and directors who represent specific geographic regions.
Belonging to a region provides members with an opportunity to get together with fellow hobbyists in the local area, and to attend meetings, shows and other old car events throughout the year. These are active and avid members who love their cars and are involved with the hundreds of events they produce yearly. Indiana Region members are people in your area who share your love of Cadillacs and LaSalles. Getting together for garage tours, shows, brunches, dinners, parties, etc. This is part of what our hobby is all about.
In addition to the camaraderie, the international club has a large technical information database. As well as experienced and enthusiastic persons who provide assistance and advice for fellow members who are repairing or restoring their automobiles. In the international organization, the answers to your questions and solutions to your problems are always readily available.
Learn more about the Cadillac-La-Salle Club by visiting its website.
The Indiana Region
The Indiana Region was begun in 1997 as the local Cadillac & LaSalle Club throughout the state of Indiana. The region’s activities and tours are held at various locations around the state. The region’s newsletter, “The Hoosier Tailfin”, communicates the region’s activities to the members. Our regional membership application is available here. Because the national club provides insurance for the regional activities, all regional members must also be members of the national club.
Indiana Region Historian:
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