ORLANDO, FL – Auto dealer H. Carter Myers III has attended many National Automobile Dealer Assn. annual conventions over the years, but he experiences a first-time feeling at this year's gathering here. “I was at a General Motors (Corp.) franchise meeting (a private to-and-fro between auto executives and dealers) and for the first time I felt more sorry for GM than for dealers,” says Myers, who sells five GM lines as well as six other manufacturers' vehicles in Charlottesville, VA. ...

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