November 26, 2020

The Car History of Alex Beloff III

BOB LUKE, MY SALES MANAGER AT MORITZ CADILLAC, KNEW I WAS SEARCHING FOR A CADILLAC FOR MY DAD.  I TRADED A LADY OUT OF A 1974 COUPE DEVILLE THAT SHE HAD PURCHASED NEW.  SHE

WAS AN EXCELLENT HOUSEKEEPER.  THE CLOTH INTERIOR OF THIS NON-SMOKING CADILLAC WAS EXCELLENT AS WERE THE CARPETS, DOOR PANELS AND HEADLINER.  IT PERFORMED FLAWLESSLY, AND WAS METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED.

I WAS MORITZ SALESMAN OF THE YEAR IN SIX MONTHS.  DAVID MORITZ WAS EXTREMELY IMPRESSED WHEN MY CLIENTELE FROM LONE STAR CADILLAC FOLLOWED ME. THE ART DISTRICT HAD TAKEN 36 FEET OFF LONE STAR’S SERVICE DEPARTMENT IN DALLAS AND THE NEW 14 MILLION DOLLAR PALACE FOR LONE STAR WAS NOT YET COMPLETED.  AS A GESTURE, THIS CAR WAS OFFERED TO ME FOR MY FATHER AT THE WHISPERING PRICE.  THE TEXAS SUN HAD DAMAGED THE FACTORY LACQUER PAINT BADLY.

THE BELOFF BEAUTY TREATMENT MADE IT VERY RESPECTABLE.  MY WIFE SUGGESTED THAT WE FLY MOM AND DAD FROM TOLEDO TO DFW AND LET THEM DRIVE THE CADILLAC HOME AS A GIFT.  IT WAS DONE, AND THIS WAS THE VERY FIRST TIME AND MOM AND DAD HAD ON A COMMERCIAL AIRLINER TOGETHER.  YOU SEE IN THE PHOTOS  ABOVE, IT WAS PROUDLY DISPLAYED AT THEIR HOME.

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