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January 29, 2005

  • Robert Erskine, Senior European Correspondent, London, England - "Cor It's Flat N' Dodgy"
  • Frank Giovinazzi, Editor, Carbuyersnotebook.com - "Welcome to the Surveillance Society" and "California Toyota Plant Working Overtime to Get Hybrid Line"
  • New York State Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan - Bill A01575 (which would mitigate vicarious liability in New York state)
  • Peter Bell - BioWillie, Willie Nelson's Biodiesel Program
  • John Russell, Senior Correspondent - Jaguar X-Types
  • Kevin Wilson, Executive Editor, AutoWeek - The 2006 Dodge Charger
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Professor Harold Wolchok - Host of The AutoLab

This Week's Guest Automotive Experts - Saturday, 29 January 2005

NO PHOTOClem Drummond - Suffolk County Community College, State University of New York

PHOTOJoe Guarino - Joe and Steve's Automotive Repairs

PHOTOHoward Lepzelter - Bronx Community College, City University of New York

PHOTOMichael Porcelli - Central Avenue Body Shop, and I-Car

PHOTONick Prague - Maintenance Superintendent - Metropolitan Transportation Authority and Instructor in Automotive Technology, Bronx Community College, CUNY

PHOTOVictor Principe - Hostos Community College, CUNY

PHOTOJohn Ragusa - Ragusa's Complete Auto Repairs

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