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May 2nd, 2009
04:36 PM ET

Selling Chryslers during Bankruptcy

Chrysler Dealers across the country are tyring to figure out what the auto-maker's bankruptcy will mean on showroom floors.

Geoffrey Pohanka owns 18 dealerships in the Washington area. He spoke with Fredricka Whitfield on selling Chryslers during bankruptcy.

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  1. Gabe

    Has anybody considered that this Swine Flu was intentionally started or planted by Al Quaida or Taliban as the beginning of a biological warfare plan?

    May 2, 2009 at 5:09 pm |
  2. Bobby

    When are the American People finally going to get tired of giving money to the car companies.
    None of them has made money in years.
    They just keep shoveling Crappy, Gas Guzzling, Overpriced cars at us .
    Now the UAW is going to take over the same company they ran into the ground.
    Gettin' kinda' tired of the unions destroying whole industries.
    We are talking about organizations started by criminals for political power, Good to see nothing has changed.
    Maybe it is time for REAL change.
    FED UP WITH GIVING AWAY MY MONEY TO THIEVES

    May 3, 2009 at 8:03 pm |

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