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After 35 years on the air, the brothers announced Friday that the run was ending. No longer would they be dishing on cars so old that their odometers switched to scientific notation or delivering gift advice to VW Bus lovers 인텔리스튜디오 다운로드. The show informally known as “Click and Clack the Tappet Brothers” will tape its final original show this fall.
Declaring that “even one hour a week is too much” work, the comedian-mechanics said it was time to “stop and smell the cappuccino” instead of inhaling exhaust 다운로드. The call-in show is syndicated on 660 radio stations and is heard by 3.3 million listeners weekly.
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