Bidding frenzy drives up car buying for dealers

A bidding frenzy for the ignition key to the U.S. auto market is driving up demand for the brand-new engine, new ignition key and new battery.

The bidding frenzy is the result of a shift in the way the auto industry is run, according to industry executives and analysts.

The new engines have to be delivered by the end of this year, which means dealerships are seeing a big increase in sales for engines from GM and Ford, said Richard Smith, chief executive officer of the National Association of Dealer Operators.

GM has said it expects to deliver around 200,000 engines to dealers this year.

Ford says it expects about 200,0000 engines to be shipped to dealers in the second half of the year.

The company is also selling a new battery pack and the first batch of ignition key sets.

But it is selling the new engine and the key set separately, as well as a battery pack that will only work with the new engines.

“The market for this engine is very strong,” Smith said.

“The demand for this product is so high that they have to sell more than one.

That’s the reality of the industry.

If you want to get to the top of the pyramid, you have to do this.”

A new engine can be shipped by FedEx, UPS or DHL, Smith said, or it can be delivered to a dealer by truck or delivery service.

But a new ignition lock requires a new set of tools.

Ford says it has been testing a new key set that works with the engine that will be installed on the new Ford Fusion.

But Smith said he didn’t know what kind of tools are needed to change the lock.

The Ford engine is also sold at the dealership for about $7,000.

But Smith said it is hard to see the new batteries that will go into the Fusion being a big selling point for Ford.

The battery pack is supposed to cost around $2,000 and that battery pack will cost about $800, Smith added.

He said he expects the sales for the new battery will be about 100,000 to 150,000 vehicles.

Ford said it has about 4,000 employees at its Lansing, Mich., assembly plant, and it will have up to 30,000 new employees on hand by the time it launches the new Fusion.