In a major restructuring effort, Chrysler this week moved to terminate a quarter of its roughly 3,200 dealers across the United States.
On Thursday, 789 Chrysler dealers received a letter telling them they would be eliminated by June 9. (Click here to see the complete list, as published by AutoNews.com)
The dreaded letters, delivered by the United Parcel Service, coincided with a bankruptcy motion that was filed on Thursday.
On June 3, a judge is scheduled to approve or reject Chrysler's motion for bankruptcy.
Chrysler executives say they selected the companies with the weakest sales for elimination.
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