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July 11, 1989 | GREGORY CROUCH, Times Staff Writer
Ken's Boat Center, one of the larger boat dealers on the West Coast, has closed. The company, which had at least five offices in Orange and Riverside counties, was forced out of business late last week after General Motors Acceptance Corp. foreclosed on the firm and began towing away its boats. By Monday morning, Ken's Newport Beach lot was empty and its doors were locked. "He has gone out of business," said Jack Cronkhite, general counsel for Sea Ray Boats Inc.
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July 11, 1989 | GREGORY CROUCH, Times Staff Writer
Ken's Boat Center, one of the larger boat dealers on the West Coast, has closed. The company, which had at least five offices in Orange and Riverside counties, was forced out of business late last week after General Motors Acceptance Corp. foreclosed on the firm and began towing away its boats. By Monday morning, Ken's Newport Beach lot was empty and its doors were locked. "He has gone out of business," said Jack Cronkhite, general counsel for Sea Ray Boats Inc.
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