America's funniest auto mechanics take calls from weary car owners all over the country, and crack wise while they diagnose Dodges and dismiss Diahatsus. You don't have to know anything about cars to love this one hour weekly laugh fest.
#2298: Brake Noise in A-flat
Mike from Michigan is a Toyota Corolla owner and a singer who is about to get his debut on our show. But, since this is Car Talk, instead of Sondheim or a Gershwin tune Mike gets to sing the song of his Corolla's Brake failure in A-flat. Sing along with Mike and our boys on this episode of the Best of Car Talk.
#2297: Unprepared for Success
Getting the right answer isn't all that it's cracked up to be! We know this even though it so seldom happens on Car Talk. And when we do manage to come up with a winner we sometimes aren't too sure why. Janet from Oregon found that out on this episode of the best of Car Talk.
Mark from Brooklyn was prepared to admit that he didn't know much about how to fix his minivan, but he probably didn't expect an elocution lecture from Click and Clack. Also, Barbara gets her boyfriend to dump his sports car but now her son wants it. And Randy has several thousand unwanted tiny passengers living in his Mazda. All on this episode of the Best of Car Talk.
#2295: Roller Derby Diagnosis
Sean from Michigan lucked out and bought a used '75 Olds Convertible from a little old Lady recently. The only problem with the car is an unsettling rattling noise that Sean is trying to pinpoint using death-defying diagnostic methods while on his rollerblades. Can Sean brake faster than a '75 Oldsmobile? Find out on this episode of the Best of Car Talk.
Excellent show... funny... insightful... informative... and the puzzler is great. Family friendly show. Glad to see if finally as a podcast.
So I guess we can expect to hear... "And don't podcast like my brother!"
I love Car Talk!
These guys are great listening whether you're working out, listening at home or driving. My dad got me hooked many years ago. He used to record the shows on tape. I'd always take a boxful of casettes with me when I drove to/from college 1100 miles from home. They're entertaining and educational. I feel quite confident in my ability to diagnose a bad master cylinder or a worn fan belt... They have some material that is kind of cheesy but the hour is well worth it. It's truly a part of my life. I hope they never retire! Listen in...you won't be disappointed!
I miss these guys so