Big C/K case set for retrial

August 1995
Automotive News;8/14/1995, Vol. 69 Issue 5618, p49
Trade Publication
Reports on the rescheduling of the retrial for a lawsuit against General Motors over the death of Shannon Moseley in a C/K pickup.


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