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Lear's Simoncini namechecks competitors at museum benefit in Detroit

Uncategorized June 19, 2017

Matt Simoncini shouted above the noisy crowd at a fundraiser he was sponsoring last week for the Motown Museum in Detroit. “Delphi! Delphi! Anybody here from Delphi!”
Source: Automotive News – swapmeetclassified

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