SEMA comes out against cash for clunkers
The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) is urging employees of member companies to contact their Congressional representatives opposing the bill. SEMA's argument is that the bill would do more harm than good by taking cars that aren't driven much off the road while eliminating a source of parts for older cars. This is a debatable argument since any useful parts could be stripped off before cars are crushed. SEMA also argues that historical cars could be destroyed which is also dubious since owners of cars with any potential value are unlikely to take advantage of such a program.
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