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Dealership Minute: $100k Mustang Stolen, Fake Used Dealership

March 17, 2017 0 Comments

Let’s take a quick look at dealership news from around the nation.

On March 5, two people broke into a Ford store in North Carolina and stole a $100,000 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 350. The vehicle was later recovered and the police investigation is ongoing.


A Virginia woman reportedly bought a used car this February with a warranty from a used dealership, but when the car needed repair she claims the warranty wasn’t honored. The dealer reportedly said the purchase was as-is and the issue isn’t covered.

Police arrested a New Orleans man who reportedly operated a used car dealership as a cover to sell heroin. He has been sentenced to 23 years in prison and must pay a fine of $20,000

That’s going to do it for your look at dealership news from around the nation.

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