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  1. Ford, Chinese partner look at possible electric car venture


    BEIJING — Ford Motor Co. and a Chinese automaker said Tuesday they are looking into setting up a joint venture to develop and manufacture electric cars in China.

    In this April 23, 2016 photo, attendees take smartphone photos at a promotional event for Ford Motor Company ahead of the Auto China car show in Beijing. Ford Motor Co. announced an agreement Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017 with a Chinese partner to look into forming a joint venture to develop and manufacture electric cars in China. [AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein]
  2. My First Car: '70 Chevy Monte Carlo, Scott Allen, 57, Seminole


    '70 Chevy Monte Carlo

    This was a great first car for a young man turning 16 in 1976. This was an era of "muscle cars" and "Stock Cars" (no one called it NASCAR back then) with Richard Petty being "The King," and thus, he had his own color named for him … Richard Petty Blue! My car was Richard …

     My First Car   |   Scott Allen, 57, Seminole ?€š€™70 Chevy Monte Carlo
  3. Shell of Old GM Surfaces in Court Fight Over Ignition Flaw


    DETROIT — For eight years, the shell of prebankruptcy General Motors has lingered on in the form of "old GM" — first as a corporate entity and now as an obscure trust designed to settle debts and claims left over from the company's huge financial collapse.

  4. More consumers sue Miami auto lender over debt cancellation product


    Doubling the size of her loan is not what Christina Resuello expected when she signed up for a $5,000 line of credit with Marlin Financial. But that's what happened, she said, because of a misleading debt cancellation product the company included in her agreement.

    Consumers across the state allege that a confusing debt cancellation product offered by Marlin Financial Inc. unexpectedly drove up the balance of their loan with Marlin. 
[Pictured is Marlin's website. | Courtesy of Marlin Financial]
  5. High interest rates, quick repossessions dog auto buyers with poor credit


    High interest rates, rising repossessions and severe mechanical issues — for consumers with bad credit, buying a car can be a minefield. Through interviews with a dozen borrowers who used subprime loans to buy vehicles and reviews of more than 100 online complaints, the Tampa Bay Times found some troubling …

    The PIDI buy here, pay here dealer advertises cars on Florida Avenue in Tampa. As defaults on subprime auto loans rise, there are rising concerns about abuses by some in the industry. [CHARLIE KAIJO   |   Times]