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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-05

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into an extended set of pro-
ducts and features to defend
against market share erosion

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Insiders say that Ford Divi-
sion will replace its rear-
wheel-drive Aerostar minivan
by 1994 with a new model
built on the next generation
Taurus/Sable platform.
Nissan and Mercury are col-
laborating on a luxury front
wheel drive minivan to be
built starting in 1992.
Chevrolet and GMC are ex-
pected to launch a major
changeover in their S-10 and
Sonoma pickups for 1993.
For those who want prestige
with their utilitarian
vehicles, a first will happen
soon when Oldsmobile in-
troduces the Bravada, an
elegant sport utility.
Chrysler is hinting major
new developments in its
minivans.
Industry analysts also say
Mercede$ Benz, BMW,
American Honda, Isuzu and
Subaru are working on
minivans.
For a lot of motorists, trucks
are restoring fun to the hours
spent behind the wheel. No
matter how bad the weather
or traffic, their car/truck
hybrids can overcome it. One
new owner said after trading
his luxury sedan for a utility
vehicle with oversized tires
and a 4.3 liter engine, "I can't
wait for that first snowstorm."
Trucks ease the pain of get-
ting stuck in a traffic
gridlock. The well-prepared
business traveler in a
minivan or utility vehicle can
pull out the cellular
telephone and call the office
or customers, send and
receive messages on the vehi-
cle's mobile fax machine, or
even punch in a few orders on
a mini computer. For the
parent stuck in traffic, the
minivan becomes an insular
family room. Occupants can
pass the time by watching the
color TV on the instrument
panel or perhaps enjoying pop
and snacks from a portable
plug-in refrigerator. A parent
on a front seat can walk
through to put a sweater on
the baby seated in back.
The American love affair
with the automobile may be
cooling down, but motorists'
torrid romance with the truck
is still heating up. 0

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Paul Gingold is a new business owner in Walled Lake.
Located at 4370 Haggerty Road, between Oakley Park and Richardson, is the new
home of Independent Automotive Service, Having previously been located in Southfield
and Farmington Hills, he now has a home of his own.
Paul is a State Certified Master Automotive Technician. He started working in
his father's repair shop at age eleven in Brooklyn, New York. Paul has been a
Michigan resident since September of 1983,
Throughout the years he has become adept and talented in the repair
of Foreign and Domestic vehicles. The new facility has 10,000 square feet
which can handle automobiles, vans, recreational vehicles,
limousines, and trucks of all sizes, Towing is also available. There
is also a pleasant waiting room with a TV and fresh hot coffee.
Paul's Service Manager is Roger Quackenbush. Roger has
been with Paul for three years and is an excellent auto repair
k\
technician,
Paul is looking forward to greeting old friends and making
new ones!

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Hard To FInd Models Available
All Imports and Domestics
Individual & Fleet/Buy or Lease
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Free Loaner — Pickup and Delivery

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