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Lake George to host Cadillac-LaSalle Club's Grand National convention

A 1959 Eldorado Brougham and its over-the-top style cues represents the epitome of traditional Detroit automotive body design. The vehicle is one of many classics owned by members of the Capital District chapter of the Cadillac-LaSalle Club, which is to hold its annual Grand National convention in Lake George this July.

A 1959 Eldorado Brougham and its over-the-top style cues represents the epitome of traditional Detroit automotive body design. The vehicle is one of many classics owned by members of the Capital District chapter of the Cadillac-LaSalle Club, which is to hold its annual Grand National convention in Lake George this July.

— Local seminars as well as trips to Camp Sagamore, the Adirondack Museum, Natural Stone Bridge & Caves, are to be offered. Also on the agenda are lunch at the Copperfield Inn, a tour of The Sagamore Resort premises and a cruise on Lake George.

The five-day convention ends with a parade of Cadillacs and LaSalles, as well as a high-end car show.

The club, founded in 1958, provides activities and services for enthusiasts of all Cadillacs, from the single cylinder models to the exotic V-16s. Membership is open to persons anywhere in the world and ownership of a Cadillac is not required.

To highlight the week, the last day of events, Saturday, July 12, there will be an awards banquet based on the top cars entered in the automotive show.

For details, see: cadillaclasalleclub.org.

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