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Bidding goodbye to Black Book's Beggs

Posted 2:34 pm U.S. ET, March 31
blogs Arlena Sawyers covers remarketing for Automotive News.
 
After 34 years at Black Book, Ricky Beggs is retiring on April 1. That such a fixture of the used-car world would retire seems like an April Fools’ joke. But it’s not; he’s really retiring. Sure, there is an army of folks at the used-car guide book crunching numbers, analyzing data and standing in auction lanes recording actual transaction prices. Witho ...
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How will the newest metal in Detroit hold up in the used market?

Posted 2:12 pm U.S. ET, Jan. 15
DETROIT -- When analysts who examine used vehicles and establish prices for them look at an all-new or redesigned car or pickup, they study exterior styling, engine specs and technical innovations. The also weigh factors such as price, incentives, competitors and deliveries to rental fleets. The idea is to get an idea of how a vehicle’s value and consumer demand wil ...
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Rick Case to sell first N.A. 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C for charity's sake

Posted 4:09 pm U.S. ET, Oct. 24
The first new Alfa Romeo to be sold in this country in 20 years will be auctioned next week for charity. That’s thanks to Rick and Rita Case, owners of Rick Case Automotive Group in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Rick Case says his Alfa Romeo dealership in Davie, Fla., is the first store to receive one of the highly anticipated 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C Italian supercars. It will ...
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