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PORTLAND, OR – After a lengthy illness, Saab seems to have died, entering the largest liquidation in Swedish history. Journalists wrote the obituary. But for those closely tied to the auto maker, such as dealers, there are things left to do. To others, there is a glimmer of hope. As soon as Swedish Saab filed bankruptcy, putting an end to warranties and supplies of new parts, some U.S. Saab dealers began slashing prices. And customers began looking for killer bargains. A dealer ...
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