Car Spies Seek Design Elements Jim Dunne is a car spy. His work might not be as dangerous as James Bond's, but it is big business. Dunne secretly takes pictures of prototype cars before the public is supposed to see them in showrooms. In the secretive world of the auto industry, a car spy's work is in high demand.
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Car Spies Seek Design Elements

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Car Spies Seek Design Elements

Car Spies Seek Design Elements

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Jim Dunne is a car spy. His work might not be as dangerous as James Bond's, but it is big business. Dunne secretly takes pictures of prototype cars before the public is supposed to see them in showrooms. In the secretive world of the auto industry, a car spy's work is in high demand.

Dustin Dwyer reports for Michigan Radio in Ann Arbor, Mich.