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Now you can waste not one, not two, but four perfectly good hours listening to Car Talk Classics, featuring some of Tom and Ray's favorite complete programs: everything from opening rant to bogus answers to eccentric closing credits. Whether they really help callers fix their transmissions is an open question, but the Car Talk guys certainly know how to transfix their listeners.

©2001, 2004 Dewey, Cheetham & Howe (P)2007 Dewey, Cheetham & Howe

What listeners say about Car Talk Classics: Four Perfectly Good Hours

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Awesome show

Awesome show I laughed out loud this is the real deal freaking awesome I also love audible

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The very best depression cure ever.

I’m so glad to rediscover these two gems of languages and humor and human kindness.

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Memory Lane

After 20 years, these guys still put a huge smile on my face. I first tuned in, across the border, in Canada, via FM radio, and almost wished that my clunkers would develop a "mystery" problem. Just wonderful.