Chrysler will appeal Calif. ban

Rechtin, Mark
October 1996
Automotive News;10/21/1996, Vol. 71 Issue 5683, p8
Trade Publication
Reports that Chrysler Corporation has plans of appealing a suspension imposed by the California Department of Motor Vehicle, which forbids the automaker from supplying vehicles to dealers in the state for 45 days. Reason for the department's decision; Other sanctions the department called for against Chrysler; Effect of the suspension on the company.


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