(Recasts first two paragraphs, updates stock price) DETROIT, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Auto retailer CarMax Inc. on Monday said its quarterly profit rose 25 percent, but its shares fell 4.5 percent after the company lowered earnings estimates for the current quarter. CarMax President and Chief Executive Officer Austin Ligon said the estimated impact of Hurricane Isabel and somewhat softer-than-expected sales in early September also caused the company to lower its expectations for used vehicle ...
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