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Bert Boeckmann

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Owner of Galpin Ford in Los Angeles, California, the largest Ford dealership in the world

Bert Boeckmann on KCRW

President Obama's automobile task force is in Michigan this week to assess the so-called “viability plans” of Chrysler and General Motors. Meantime, auto sales have taken a nosedive.

The Auto Industry: In Survival Mode

President Obama's automobile task force is in Michigan this week to assess the so-called “viability plans” of Chrysler and General Motors. Meantime, auto sales have taken a nosedive.

from Which Way, L.A.?

President Obama’s automobile task force is in Michigan this week to
assess the so-called “viability plans” of Chrysler and General Motors. The task
force already has determined not…

Car Sales Drive off the Proverbial Cliff

President Obama’s automobile task force is in Michigan this week to assess the so-called “viability plans” of Chrysler and General Motors. The task force already has determined not…

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