It took us almost 9 days but our trip from NYC to Phoenix is complete and now I can get back to working on our site a bit more. We drove to NYC to do some paperwork from the flood and to empty our attic since that needed to be done before they can raise the house. We rented a small uHaul trailer and towed it back with Debbie’s Hyundai Santa Fe since I haven’t bought an SRX or an Escalade yet. (I am still looking) If you have an older model of either for sale let me know.
This was taken in Texas near the New Mexico border at one of the many gas stations we stopped at. 90% of the time we stopped at a Love’s truck stop since we could easily drive the car around with the trailer and they have good clean bathrooms. It felt very strange getting an oil change in Phoenix before we left and then get one in NY a week or so later and then get another one when we got back. The route we took was a little longer since we went across Texas instead of going the less distance through Northern New Mexico and Oklahoma. We didn’t want to chance getting caught in a snow storm so we drove the extra 100 or so miles. 2663 miles each way, to say my arms are tired would be an understatement.
As soon as I pulled up to the house my iPad rang and I jumped on to the weekly Caddyinfo.com chat you can see the video below.
From The Mailbag
This week I got an email from John who is rebuilding a 1950. Below is his question. If you can help hit reply or leave a comment.
Where is the fuse block for the 1950 Cadillac Series 62 located? I’ve looked on the firewall, behind kickpads, and up under the dash. If it is under the dash then could it be behind a panel?
Classic Car Shows
If you are in the Sacramento California Area this is the show for you.
SACRAMENTO CLASSIC CAR AND PARTS SWAP MEET
Saturday, April 16th, 2016
Sleep Train Arena
1 Sports Parkway
Sacramento, CA 95834
Even though we are spread out all over the world I would like to list some car shows that you are planning to attend. Email me and let me know your car show details and I will list them here. Charity shows have first priority of course.
I have hired a programmer and he fixed our forum. Big shoutout to Dan who you will see because he is also a Cadillac owner and now a admin on the forum. Lately what was happening is the post are being made but when someone clicks on the post they are getting an error message. This has been happening on and off since we updated the web hosting. If you have not registered at the forum (which is different than signing up for the newsletter) You can do so here. Cadillac Country Club Forum No pressure to join you can just browse but to comment and post you will have to join.
I have been watching the races lately and I am sure there are others that also follow it. This week there is a pretty cool interview with Michael Cooper.