General Motors was generally tight-lipped about which of its dealerships were going to be forced to close unlike Chrysler, which published the entire list so it’s not too amazing that the first we hear of a closing is the announcement that it’s not going to happen after all.
Bob Moore sells all manner of cars in and around this town, and has for years, though I’d bet most people in this town associate the name with Cadillac, which Moore sold through a downtown store for decades before relocating to the Broadway Distention. There was also a dealership in Norman, operated by Moore, which apparently was marked for extinction earlier this year.
And now unmarked: Moore apparently filed an appeal, and the General granted an indefinite stay of execution. I have to wonder how many other dealers have done the same and whether it’s done any good.