AUTO NEWS briefly

August 2001
Automotive News;8/6/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5942, p22
Trade Publication
Reports developments in automotive industry and trade in the United States as of August 2001. Discussion on collision repair initiatives by General Motors Chairman Jack Smith; Accessibility to purchase Saturn equipment parts through the OEConnection.com Web site; Development of a Web-based shop operating system by MyRepairShop Inc.


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