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Sunday, April 1, 2012

Car Talk: The Greatest Stories Ever Told: Once Upon a Car Fire (audiobook) by Tom Magliozzi and Ray Magliozzi

Published in 2006 by HighBridge
Duration: 1 hour

Usually Ray and Tom Magliozzi's "Car Talk" show on NPR is a mixture of humor, stories and lots of advice on car repair and maintenance. This collection, though, is all funny stories (only the barest amount of car advice is given).  There are sixteen stories in all, with topics ranging from the dangers of carrying plywood on the roof of your car to what to do if a customer brings in a really smelly car to how one of the brother's did during his stint in the army as a young man (hint: not well). Some are really funny, some are merely amusing but if you are a fan of the show you will enjoy this collection.

Get this audiobook from Amazon.com here: Car Talk: The Greatest Stories Ever Told: Once Upon a Car Fire.
I rate this audiobook 4 stars out of 5.

Reviewed on April 1, 2012.

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