Classic Car Dealer Admits He Owes Money

Classic Car Dealer Admits He Owes Money

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(Salt Lake City-AP) -- A Murray car dealer who was arrested for doing business without a license says he does owe some of his customers money, and he's trying to straighten out what he calls a misunderstanding.

His company, Deja Vu Collector Cars, sells classic cars on consignment. The company is named in more than a dozen lawsuits. The Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division pulled the company's business license after receiving complaints that customers were not paid when their cars were sold.

Owner Gerry Black tells the Salt Lake Tribune that he does owe people money and is trying to resolve the complaints. He was arrested Wednesday after allegedly resuming business without his license. He called that a misunderstanding.

(Copyright 2003 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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