Volume III, Issue 11, Page 29

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MORE OF THE UNTHINKABLE

If GM gets Chrysler, the world as I know it will end. I have worked at Chrysler dealerships since 1967. I know nothing else. It has been my life and passion. Having driven pretty much only Chrysler vehicles since, I cannot imagine life without one. But make no mistake, if GM gets us we will go into oblivion very soon!!!!

John E. Reed
Texas

A FEW POINTS

I think that it is a sad day when we see one of the Big Three American auto makers go down. I am not a Mopar freak, but I still hate to see it happen. As far as it being GM who might make the buyout... it beats the hell out of one of the Asian automakers taking them over.

Write your congressman, tell them that their trade agreements are killing the American auto makers and we want to buy American cars. When making a choice and the field is even, buy from Detroit (of course, the Asian manufacturers can give you better rebates - that's because we have given them all of the profit and power). Buy from the Big Three, help strengthen America, don't sell us out because of a pre-conceived notion about economy cars, Detroit can build some very good vehicles if we give them the chance.

Scott Cornish
Lincoln, Nebraska

CLASS WARFARE

Let's see the so called "lazy union" employees just have to be the reason the American car companies can't ever get it together! I’m sure all of the overly compensated highly degreed "shirts" had absolutely nothing to do with the "Big Three's" failures!

Ted Hogan
Aurora, Colorado

IT’S THE END OF THE WORLD AS WE KNOW IT, AND I FEEL FINE

If GM gets Chrysler, the world as I know it will end. I have worked at Chrysler dealerships since 1967. I know nothing else. It has been my life and passion. Having driven pretty much only Chrysler vehicles since, I cannot imagine life without one, but make no mistake: if GM gets us, we will go into oblivion very soon!!!!

John E. Reed
Texas

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