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New Motoring Publication Launched


1 November 2001

New Zealand CarBuys, a new publication for car buyers and sellers, is being launched today.

The first issue contains what are probably the country’s largest printed listings of motor vehicles, many with colour photos attached. These listings are arranged alphabetically by both make and model, making it quick and easy to check what is available. They are also divided into three geographic regions covering the whole country.

The publication will be available from selected outlets across the country from today. The cover price is $2.50, and it will be published fortnightly.

New Zealand CarBuys is produced by Cabbage Tree Press Ltd, a New Zealand owned company that also publishes Trade & Exchange in Auckland, Wellington and in the Manawatu, Wanganui and Taranaki area. The company was founded in 1981.

For more information please call:

Peter Whitmore, Publisher

09 570-8832, a/h 09 527-3140 Email

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