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Dealership Loss May Not Have Been Voluntary
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TitleDealership Loss May Not Have Been Voluntary
AbstractMajor Cadilliac car dealership changed hands earlier this year. It had been in the Major family for 44 years, and the dealership has been a fixture in Kansas City since 1908. It was owned by three successive generations of the Major family and consistently ranked high among the area's top auto stores. F. Lee Major, III, and his son, John T. Major, have filed a lawsuit in Jackson County Circuit Court against General Motors Corp. and its financing arm, General Motors Acceptance Corp. Major Cadillac had taken over Charlie Fisher Buick Chevrolet just down the street from their dealership at 3200 Main and financial problems quickly ensued. Article explains the law suit. Conklin Cars bought the Cadillac dealership in June.
AuthorDan Margolies
DateOctober 18, 2007
SourceThe Kansas City Star
LocationVertical File: Automobiles--History
SubjectAutomobile dealerships
Judicial proceedings
Local SubjectMajor Cadillac
General Motors
Major, F. Lee, III
Major, John T.
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID217634
CONTENTdm number37295
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