Hey, we’d love to get to know you and share your passion for all things Cadillac. Our monthly meetings are usually on the fourth Sunday of each month. Check the Calendar page of this website for the correct location and time. Meetings usually last an hour.

Thinking about joining? We'd love to meet you!

Thinking about joining? We’d love to meet you!

You may contact Club New-Member Liaison John Rau to get more info. 816-205-1812, or print off the application from the file below!

Everyone is welcome to attend meetings, but to participate in Club activities, you must be a member of both the National and Local Clubs. The links below will provide you with the paperwork.

Remember, Club dues are $20 per household, and are due in January. You may use the payment button below to pay your dues online. PayPal and most major credit cards are accepted.


CLC membership application 10-2018

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Benefits of CLC Membership

The Self-Starter: This award-winning monthly magazine is published eleven times per year. It is filled with interesting articles submitted by members, mechanical tips and advice; classified sections of cars, parts, and literature for sale/wanted; regional projects; historical accounts; member car features and Cadillac-factory updates.
Membership Directory: One of the most comprehensive membership directories in the hobby is printed annually and lists all members, their automobiles, and their location, plus engine/model serial numbers, production numbers, judging classifications, award winners, etc.
Roster of Technicians: Technicians with specific expertise as to the year or model are listed in the Membership Directory as a service to assist club members with difficult restoration/operational problems.
Authenticity Manuals: These indispensable manuals are published to help members with the idiosyncrasies and correctness of restoring their Cadillac-built automobile.
Our Web sites: The Cadillac & LaSalle Club Web sites are your gateway to Cadillacs and LaSalles on the Internet. Our online message board is the largest of its type in the Cadillac hobby. Also, a comprehensive, database-style Web site consisting of all things Cadillac and LaSalle has been created and donated by CLC member Yann Saunders. With over 9000 items of information and 16,000 images, its breadth and depth of Cadillac and LaSalle information is unequaled on the Internet:

Automobile Events: An annual Grand National Meet is hosted by one of the 44 chartered U.S. regions every summer. The constantly changing location of the meet enhances the opportunity for members around the world to visit new areas while on vacation, enjoy a great diversity of Cadillacs and LaSalles and meet new people with a common interest. Activities at the Grand National Meet include social events, national level judging, technical seminars, local tours, and a swap meet with cars and parts for sale. An awards banquet concludes a typical GN meet. Lifetime friendships have been created through these events and many members anxiously look forward to the next Grand National.
Driving Tours: At least one national driving tour is organized annually by one of the U.S. regions. Local collections are often a part of such a driving tour as well as cultural and scenic attractions. International affiliates’ activities include similar events. All CLC members are welcome to participate.
Historical Archive: The Cadillac-LaSalle Club Museum and Research Center, Inc. (CLC Museum) is a separate charitable and educational organization. As a 501 (c) 3 organization, it is eligible for, and welcomes tax-deductible contributions. Members of the CLC are automatically members of the CLC Museum. The Museum provides access to historical data, factory publications, and vital data contributed by generous donors in order to preserve Cadillac’s history and heritage. Copies of the archival information are available for a  nominal fee.