#1
Earlier today, my poppop walked upstairs and brought me down a classical guitar that's been sitting under a bed for years. He said it used to be my dad's, but my dad doesn't really remember. Anyway, inside it is a sticker that says Cahuenga Model No. 80N. I was wondering if anyone has any information about this guitar or the company. It definitely needs some repairing: the nut's broken and the left tuners are missing, so I'll be repairing it hopefully over my winter break.

Any info would be great, thanks.
Main gear
Guitars
Shine ST420F
Epiphone 1966 Limited Edition G-400
Martin DX1K
Amps
1976 Silverface Champ
Egnater Tweaker 112 combo
#2
all i could find was that cahuenga is the name of some place in southern california, apparently there was a treaty of cahuenga that ended hostilities between mexico and the u.s in 1840-something...i know that doesn't help but its knowlege i guess (:
#3
I guess that means it could be from California. Thanks. If anyone has any more info on it, that'd be helpful, thanks.
Main gear
Guitars
Shine ST420F
Epiphone 1966 Limited Edition G-400
Martin DX1K
Amps
1976 Silverface Champ
Egnater Tweaker 112 combo