Dealerships seeing more interest in autos
Funding may be fizzling for the Cash for Clunkers program, but the program seems to be meeting one of its goals - stirring an interest in auto sales.
Customers were arriving in number at area car dealerships last week to unload gas guzzlers, manufactured in 1984 or later, and save $3,500 or $4,500 on a new, more fuel efficient car under the government's $1 billion program.
"It's working great," said Ted Thielen. "We're running out of cars."
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