To the Editor:
In reference to your editorial on cash for clunkers ("Clunkers, again," Sept. 6), I don't have a problem with a program to produce sales. I do have a problem making some very good cars inoperable.
I don't know how many times this year a friend has been looking for a good $2,000-$3,000 car for a child or grandchild, and a car like that is not to be found.
I agree that junk needs to be taken off the road, but there should be a formula as to what a good or bad vehicle is. Not only does keeping the good cars in service supply dependable, cheap transportation; it also can add to the dealer's bottom line.