Colorado web firm plans buying service

Couretas, John
May 1999
Automotive News;5/31/1999, Vol. 73 Issue 5822, p41
Trade Publication
Reports on Englewood, Colorado-based online automobile business company Navidec Inc.'s plan to launch an Internet-based car-buying service. Company's formation of subsidiary DriveOff.com Inc. to operate the proposed Web site.


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