Business: Turnover

Prime fact about the used-car business is that a used car is rarely sold at the price that is lettered in soap on the windshield. It is a fact to which A. D. Mitchell, who in the early part of the century had the Helena, Mont, agency for Mitchell cars, never became reconciled. He always refused to sell a Mitchell, new or secondhand, for less than its list price.

Recently, Parker Morelli Motor Co., Packard agents in Helena, decided to expand. Next door was the late Mr. Mitchell's display room. Leasing this property, Parker Morelli also acquired no less than 14...

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