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Old 04-30-2016, 04:02 PM
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I was given this letter from Mr Earnhart to a Mr Ridgway in Oregon. Earnhart I'm filmier with but not the other gentleman. discussing the expansion of sales of Arnbruster/Satgeway products in the north west. he brings up a crack when cars are being ordered in a small dealer ship in Mt. offers assessment that they would order one of the lower priced lines of cars. just one more tid bit into the working of the market difficulties the smaller companies had
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I thought that name sounded familiar ,my 65 C/B came thru there.
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now it makes since. looks like they were a big dealer doing all kind of modals.
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I drive past there all the time. I think it's still a car lot of some kind but I keep meaning to stop and look around for clues about what it was in the past. Thanks for posting these!
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