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Topic - Mike Haile
"I've been getting a million calls for the car," he said. "I felt sorry that I sold it for that price. I should have sold it for a little higher."
"These little cars are very hot, like hot cakes, they sell fast," said Mr. Haile, who has filled his 15-car lot with smaller vehicles he bought at regional auto auctions in Atlanta and Orlando, Fla.