Our region was chartered in 1966 and is one of over forty in the United States. We have over 150 members, publish "The Northwest Standard", and conduct many events throughout the year.
We are a club for owners and admirers of all automobiles produced by the Cadillac Motor Company, founded in 1901 and still going strong! Over 400 LaSalle and Cadillac automobiles are represented by this region.
In 1958, three automobile enthusiasts in Detroit, who loved the Cadillac and LaSalle cars, started the Cadillac-LaSalle Club, Inc. Today, this organization is worldwide with over 6200 members who own over 12,000 collectible Cadillacs and LaSalles.
The Cadillac-LaSalle Club, Inc. was formed for the express purpose of encouraging automobile enthusiasts to band together for mutual interests in the preservation, restoration and enjoyment of Cadillac and LaSalle cars. This club is not affiliated in any way with the General Motors Corporation and is a not-for-profit organization.
The club publishes a monthly magazine, "The Self-Starter", and a national directory of members and their cars. Expert advice on technical problems is available through a network of specialists for each model year as well as a national Technical Director.
The Club recognizes Cadillac and LaSalle automobiles from 1902 through current models. Ownership is not a membership requirement.