Axed Chrysler dealers supported by Texas senator


This can't be right. Besides all the lost jobs, and devastated families this will cause about 700 more bankrupties. Disposing of inventory isn't the problem

the physical plants are the problem; the

buildings, owned or leased, you can't just get rid of them. Then, how about the equipment inside them; the hoists, the parts bins, the computers, the signs, all paid for by the Dealer ? Yes,

that's right Chrysler didn't pay for them, the Dealers did. Although nobody is coming out of this whole, the unions and the bondholders received something even though they didn't have anything as physical as the Dealers. There has to be a better way to solve this problem.


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