Dealership to Sell Brand New Hail Damaged Vehicles for Less - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

5/31/05

Dealership to Sell Brand New Hail Damaged Vehicles for Less

Hundreds of brand new cars still on the lot waiting to be sold received thousands of dollars worth of hail damage during Tuesday morning's storm.

Shamrock Chevrolet's General Manager, Mark Wiggins said the hail damaged almost the entire lot of vehicles, which isn't all bad news. The dealership will now sell the damaged vehicles at a discount.

"We've got over 400 vehicles on the lot and I'd say 400 of them got a little damage on them. So we're going to try to pass that onto the customers and save them a little money and give them a new car," said Wiggins.

You can look for the official "hail sale" later this week.

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