Just picked up parts car #51 in Chattanooga TN. Will head back with my prize tomorrow.

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When you get to # 100, as a celebration, you make the parts from that one free. :-)  LOL

100! 100!!! I thought I was retiring at 50.  If I make it to 100 it might be free anyway as I will be my final undoing... literally!

Oh stop it ya big baby.....

I've seen ya photos, you gotta have a couple of good years still left in ya.

Getting to car # 100 will be as easy as wetting the bed when ya drunk. You and Russ might have to tag team the car pick ups, he's running a few behind you.

I think I got a head start on Russ... We are like the Elvis and the Beatles of 1963/64 Cadillac Parts Cars and Parts.  I guess that makes you the INXS of the Australian Cadillac market!  

I think, a lot of folks, don't really know how lucky they are to have what you and Russ do for the wider 63/64 community. Gentlemen, take a bow and I tips my hat to you both.

Here in Oz, folks always ask, where the hell do you get parts for a classic Cadillac. I just tell 'em, there is two crazy bastards in the USA who can sell me most things I ever need and I can have the bits in anything from 5 to 14 days.

Thanks guys.

Can't wait to see more pictures of this one. I believe I heard this might have bucket seats! Very cool. 

Body panels are really rough, but that is only 6 parts of about 5000 parts and many more good items on this car.  Fired engine up a while ago and working on getting a video up on YT right now. will post on a bit.



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