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We are looking forward to seeing you at the 2023 Fall Festival September 22 and 23.
We apologize for the recent and necessary changes to the format, which caused some misunderstandings about the revised program for our 2023 event.


We hope this message clarifies all questions.   However, if there are further questions, we will gladly handle those for you promptly. You may reach out to with additional questions.


In response to requests from several CLC members and previous participants, there WILL BE a “Show and Shine” car show on Saturday, September 23rd.  The car show will take place on the show field at Gilmore and is open to all GM cars - and all you have to do to enter the show is to pay the Gilmore registration fee for the day (as always, the Cadillac LaSalle Museum Benefactors can enter free of charge when presenting their gold Benefactor cards at the Gilmore entrance).  


There will be some very nice trophies available to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners of the Show and Sign car show for all GM cars. Trophy winners will be based solely on peer judging (aka, People's Choice) by all participants attending that day at the Gilmore Car Museum.


In addition, as previously planned, The Cadillac LaSalle Museum Garage Sale will take place on September 22 AND 23, 2023.

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Collector car rides will be available for all attending with a GM car. Included in the cars offering rides will be the Museum’s 1906 Cadillac Model K Runabout.

Thanks to all for your understanding and we look forward to seeing you at the beautiful Gilmore campus in Hickory Corners in September. 


The Cadillac Fall Festival celebrates Cadillac’s commitment to Innovation, Performance,
and Design for more than a century. Each year the event brings together Cadillacs from
its beginning in 1903 to the present day at the Cadillac Museum on the Gilmore Car
Museum Campus.
Every year there are new features and opportunities to enjoy your love of Cadillacs.


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Gilmore Car Museum

Hickory Corners, Michigan
Learn more about location HERE.

“So many rare, excellent cars all in one unique setting. But what makes this such a special show is the participation of Cadillac designers, past and present. I encourage all Cadillac enthusiasts and everyone who likes cars to attend.”

Kip Wasenko
Chief Designer Cadillac Studio 1998 to 2003

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