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City Officials Revoke License of Northampton Motor Classics

NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (WGGB) – Northampton officials have revoked the license of the owner of a troubled dealership.

Wednesday night, the Northampton License Commission voted unanimously to revoke the dealer license for Andrew Feuerstein, owner of Northampton Motor Classics on Bridge Road.

The revocation was requested by the Registry of Motor Vehicle Division of the Mass. Department of Transportation after complaints surfaced from customers after the facility abruptly closed.

A certified copy of the letter informing Feuerstein of the commission’s decision was sent to him Thursday.

Several customers tell ABC40 that after purchasing cars from Northampton Motor Classics, the dealership closed, and owners still have not received titles to their cars.

Customers have not been able to reach Feuerstein to get answers, and he has not responded to repeated attempts by ABC40 for comment.

The Mass. Attorney General’s office continues to investigate and is asking if you have been a victim of this company, or any other, you can contact the Attorney General’s Consumer Hotline at (617) 727-8400 or visit their website.


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