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Former Northampton Car Dealer Must Pay Restitution

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Former Northampton Car Dealer Must Pay Restitution

(Northampton, MA) — A former Northampton car dealer has been ordered to pay 95-thousand in fines and restitution. Andrew Feuerstein was owner of Northampton Motor Classics on Bridge Road. He and manager Michael Dale sold cars without titles, failed to register them, didn’t pay off loans on trade-ins, neglected to buy service contracts after collecting money, and illegally told people to use dealer plates. The judgment was filed Tuesday with the state attorney general’s office.

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