Ford scraps Va. auto collection plan

Connelly, Mary
February 2000
Automotive News;2/21/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5862, p6
Trade Publication
Reports abandonment of an auto collection plan by Ford Motor Co. in Richmond, Virginia. Conflict between Ford Motor Co. and Virginia Automobile Dealers Association; Lack of interest in opening the Richmond Auto Collection; Opposition of the organization on the project.


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