NEW YORK – General Motors Corp. lost $2 million on the defunct Cunningham Motor Co., says Vice Chairman Bob Lutz, who adds that he personally lost another $2 million in the deal. Cunningham Motor, a joint effort to build a super luxury/performance car by GM, Briggs S. Cunningham and other investors such as Lutz, ended recently as a result of a lawsuit filed by Briggs Cunningham. Briggs Cunningham invested $750,000 in the venture and later was bought out for $1 million, but he apparently ...
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