These are not my numbers, they are numbers of others, I just reported them, and yes, it was $71-75 and $151 after benefits and retirement. Again, not my numbers, union numbers, non-union numbers were $48 per hour cost. This is 2008, the newest numbers I could find, the low numbers were 1980, about the time they started climbing at a decent pace. Needless to say, the rate of labor inflation is still greater than any other inflationary costs I could find in comparison. Again, not my numbers, they are reported numbers from searches of the two years for labor costs to build a car and number of hours to build a car.