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How many cars does the average dealer sell a year?

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2005-11-21 03:56:28
2005-11-21 03:56:28

It would not be possible to give an accurate answer to such a general query. A car dealer in Los Angeles would sell many more cars than one in New York City. Citing a specific locale would aid in finding out the information desired.

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