As most of you know I just brought in almost 400 lb of Cadmium plated bolts, etc. Cheryl, my boss and Cadillac Parts Apprentice indicated she needed some help when looking at the 1st batch of about 175 lbs of smaller bolts, I threw out across our 12 ft table. WELL, I GOT HER SOME HELP!  See 2nd picture. As Tony would say, enjoy!  Hope you are all having a good Saturday!

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Turn up the HEAT Bernie looks chilly in there — Great photo and computer skills at work !!

First Cadmium eyes I have ever seen 

This should make the nipple rings look a lot better when Cadmium plated as well — OH YEA ! 

Your a wild man in disguise — most of the time ( except with the mask and Machete under the house )

Gotta Love you !


I think the expression - Bolt Loose - applies here —-!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Ok, All. I think my CPA (Cadillac Parts Apprentice) is going to be the first "associate" in Classic Cadillac Parts history to go straight from
Apprentice, to CPM (Master), completely leapfrogging over her tenure as Journeyman. She is a bolt & nut sorting Wizard of unimaginable power. Her Sort & Orginize Midichlorian Count is literally OFF THE CHARTS! Not only that, she is coming up with deep philisophical stuff. As I was watching her work she gazed across the expanse of thousands of bolts and blurted out "THEY ARE TRUE TO WHAT THEY ARE!". Is that deep or what?! Finally, to bring her up to full Master Level, I presented her with her own bolt measuring tool. In an add way she seemed to find pleasure in sticking the bolts through the little holes. And, I will just leave it at that!



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