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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Re: Steve Plunkett estate tour
« Last post by 62droptop on Yesterday at 09:24:30 PM »
very cool
I have been to one of the june car shows but didn't get a chance to se in any buildings
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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Re: Steve Plunkett estate tour
« Last post by Lexi on Yesterday at 08:55:35 PM »
Here is a shot of the grand entrance to Plunkett's "garage"...!!! Clay/Lexi
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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Re: Steve Plunkett estate tour
« Last post by Lexi on Yesterday at 08:52:04 PM »
Here is a better shot of the GM switchboard. Just like the first time I could not orientate it correctly when downloaded so I shot it off of the screen. That is why the old one looked awful. This one I took today has the same problem. So rather than compromise on quality just tilt your head sideways when viewing! Clay/Lexi
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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Re: Steve Plunkett estate tour
« Last post by Lexi on Yesterday at 07:56:30 PM »
Wasn't that Lily Tomlin from Laugh In? Classic. Plunkett also has that GM concept 1949 Coup de Ville in his collection as well. Clay
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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Re: Steve Plunkett estate tour
« Last post by JAG56Cad on Yesterday at 06:45:45 PM »
Oh yes the old cord board switchboard, Iíve seen a few of those way back then before they were removed from service, although not as old as that one..!  ;)

Maybe that one was used here ->
    ;D

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Mid Century Cadillac Discussion / Steve Plunkett estate tour
« Last post by Lexi on Yesterday at 05:02:21 PM »
Today i had the pleasure of attending CLC member Steve Plunkett's estate and received a guided tour of his wonderful Cadillac and related memorabilia collection. As always, Steve was the consummate gentlemen who engaged the group while he brought the history of both Cadillac and the automobile alive. Steve also hosts an annual public automobile show, an extravaganza known as Fleetwood Country Cruize-in, (lots of vintage Cads), which is usually held in early June. I encourage all who are able to attend this massive show in support of his noted charitable work as well as to experience an awe inspiring classic car event.

Earlier, I posted a not so good screen shot photo of a vintage phone communications center from the Fleetwood office of GM. Calls would have been placed from this device to the super rare 1949 concept Coup de Ville car they built which among other things, featured a mobile phone! With Steve's permission here is a much better shot I took today for all you historians out there, of this exciting piece of Cadillac history. Clay/Lexi
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General Discussions / Re: Update on my kustom Cad!
« Last post by 62 Coupe on Yesterday at 03:56:22 PM »
Thanks for the info. If I ever have cause to take my front clip off, I just might make a set of fender well headers.
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General Discussions / Re: My Cadillac wish list.
« Last post by Eldorado Mike on Yesterday at 01:59:01 PM »
Here is a shot of my 1929 Roadster.


mike
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General Discussions / Re: My Cadillac wish list.
« Last post by Eldorado Mike on Yesterday at 01:53:47 PM »
WOW!

I'd be a couple of hundred thousand short!

Nice Car !!

mike
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General Discussions / Re: My Cadillac wish list.
« Last post by South_paw on Yesterday at 01:48:30 PM »
1930 V16 Roadster.. I'm a couple of thousand short however  ;)

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