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Published on Sat, Jun 11, 2011

By: The LACar Editorial Staff

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On air at KPFK studios in North Hollywood, California

Super 8. Henceforth, that’s the time you should set your clock on Saturday mornings for The Car Show—the longest-running automotive talk show on the airwaves. The (one-and-only) Car Show, heard on KPFK 90.7FM in Southern California on Saturdays has a new summer schedule. The long-running radio show about everything cars will start at 8:00 a.m. Saturdays until Labor Day when it reverts back to its original 9:00 a.m. slot. The Car Show began in 1973 and is the longest continuously-aired electronic media show on the auto industry in the country.

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Host emeritus John Retsek and guests honoring Len Frank on The Car Show

The essential-Saturday-morning-listening-for-car-people show is hosted by the driving duo of long-time personality Art Gould and Dave Kunz who "daylights" as the automotive specialist on ABC-TV Ch.7 in L.A. The Show is also broadcast on 98.7 fm Santa Barbara, 93.7 fm San Diego and 99.5 fm Ridgecrest (Hello, Ridgecrest!). So, please set your dashboard clocks back one hour to Saturdays at 8:00 a.m. at 90.7FM L.A. Also available anywhere the web works: streaming live on kpfk.org Thanks! Doug Stokes

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