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Chrysler stockpiled parts

by David Zatz on

While Chrysler factories have been closing down and are all due to be closed as of Monday, dealers should be able to get most of the replacement parts they need for the 60 days before “New Chrysler” is created, according to Steve Landry. Currently, there are at least 30 days’ supply of all parts, with most “probably” available for 60 days. If more parts are needed, the judge can be asked to allow factories to briefly re-open or suppliers to be paid.

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