Where the World's Unsold Cars Go To Die/ THE WORLDS UNSOLD CAR STOCKPILE

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  1. righturnclyde

    righturnclyde Member

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  2. pro1driver

    pro1driver I am LAST

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    just look at any rail yard, or ship yard...what do you see..??

    hundreds of cars either coming off the trains, or ships, to be trucked to the dealerships...

    i hardly can believe that cars are being mass produced, and then stored away, not to be sold.
     
  3. RacerX69

    RacerX69 Retired Gear Jammer/IBEW Retired/Wingnut

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  4. Mrclean091

    Mrclean091 Member

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    I haven't bought a car since 2003. It has 187000 on it now and I've cut my commute in half buy changing terminals and assignment. We're shooting for 300000.
     
  5. TedWard

    TedWard on the Chainwax

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    I used to walk and take the bus, for years I did this.
     
  6. Apostolic

    Apostolic Super Moderator Staff Member

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    If the manufactures would drop the price,they wouldn't have to ship so many out of here.

    My 2011 GMC 4x4 W/T,was $31,000.00,I still got $12,000 more payments.

    My odometer is a bit under 17500 miles,with such high prices for new pickups.
    I'm planning to run the wheels off of it.

    My first new pickup was a 1973 Dodge 1/2 ton,rear wheel drive
    I only paid $3600.00 for that one & had it for 10 years.
     

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