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Carbon Motors' E7 Brings LEDs, Aluminum Frame, Diesel Engine to Police Force

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katty james   12/21/2011 3:54:41 AM
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Carbon Motors, a boutique automobile firm, is aiming to become one of the country's leading suppliers of police cars. The company has been holding out for more than two years for a federal loan to make the vehicles it wants to make. One of the company's executives has just prepared an open letter to the White House cabinet. The business wants the federal loan it applied for two years ago to be approved, so it can start supplying the country's police with cars. Hopefully the <a title="Loving the highway, needing a cash loan" href="https://personalmoneynetwork.com/cash-advance/">cash advance</a> will help the company get all of the cars built.

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