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Tarrant auto sales way up in October

Sales of new cars and trucks in Tarrant County jumped 44 percent in October, putting them up 14 percent for the year, according to vehicle registrations counted by Freeman Publishers in Dallas. For North Texas' four biggest counties -- Tarrant, Dallas, Denton and Collin -- combined sales were up 24 percent in October and up 18 percent for the year. Dallas County sales were up 12 percent in October and up 18 percent for the year, Collin County was  up 25 percent in October and up 26 percent for the year, while Denton County slipped 1 percent in October and was up 17 percent for the year.

-- Jim Fuquay


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