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"The AutoLab" is an automotive broadcast series about the automotive industry, its history, and its culture, presenting the ideas of leading college faculty, authors, and automotive practitioners in a relaxed, conversational format.

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March 13, 2004

Interviews:

Antonio Benecchi, Automotive Competence Center of Rolan Berger Strategy Consultants ... Outsourcing Automotive Jobs

John Russell, Contributor New York Post and Auto World Magazine from Amelia Island, Florida ... Antique Auto Show

Robert Erskine, Senior European Correspondent ... Economist Magazine Article: "The Three F's" for Fiat, Failure

Kevin Wilson, Executive Editor, Autoweek Magazine ... Opposite Lock "Invite that Hemi to the Ball"

Show Archives
AutoLab Host:
Professor Harold Wolchok - Host of AutoLab
This Week's Guest Automotive Experts:
Jeff Alon - Lee Myles Transmission
Harold Bendell - MAJOR AUTO GROUP
Tim Cacace - MASTER MECHANIX BODY SHOP AND REPAIR FACILITY AND INSTRUCTOR IN AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY, BRONX COMMUNITY COLLEGE, CUNY
Libby Demarco - Broadway Gulf Station, Jersey City, New Jersey
David Goldsmith - URBAN CLASSICS, ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR AT BRONX COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND URBAN CLASSICS REPAIR FACILITY AND THE FULTON SERVICE CENTER
Howard Lepzelter - BRONX COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Michael Porcelli - I CAR REPRESENTATIVE AND CENTRAL AVENUE BODY SHOP
Nick Prague - MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT - METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY AND INSTRUCTOR IN AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY, BRONX COMMUNITY COLLEGE, CUNY
Robert Thurshwell - RUTA AUTO PARTS

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