Ray Magliozzi is an American radio personality who has a net worth of 1.5 million. Ray Magliozzi was created in Cambridge, Massachusetts in March 1949. Ray is famous to be the co host of the NPR radio show Car Talk with the brother Tom Magliozzi of his. Ray graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology including the brother Tom of his. The commencement speech at MIT in 1999 was shipped by the brothers. Ray taught science just before he opened a do-it-yourself repair shop named Hacker's Haven with Tom. They had been invited to be part of a panel of automotive experts on Boston's National Public Radio affiliate in 1977. The air show Car Talk premiered as an independent NPR plan in 1987. A Peabody Award for Car Talk in 1992 was received by the brothers. They stopped creating brand new attacks of Car Talk in September 2012 however, the show kept airing reruns. Tom Magliozzi passed away in November 2014 from problems as a result of Alzheimer's malady. The brothers also came out in the Pixar film Cars in 2006 playing the owners of Rust eze. They also came out in episodes of the television series Arthur and Click and Clack's As the Wrench Turns.
Ray Magliozzi Top Mentions:
- RAY MAGLIOZZI: Your engine won't care if it turns off
- RAY MAGLIOZZI: Don't expect great gas mileage from a truck
- RAY MAGLIOZZI: Covering the nuts and bolts of lug nuts
- RAY MAGLIOZZI: New tires for car are long overdue
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