Cars lost on massive cargo ship could impact local automobile dealers

A CAR TRANSPORT ship, the Felicity Ace, that last month caught fire on its way to Rhode Island sunk earlier this month with thousands of cars on board. / COURTESY PORTUGUESE NAVY VIA AP
NORTH KINGSTOWN — The nearly 1,600 cars bound for the Port of Davisville that sank with the Felicity Ace cargo ship likely won't phase the large auto importer, but may cause issues for local dealerships. The Felicity Ace cargo ship, which caught fire in the mid-Atlantic near the Azores Islands in mid-February, carried a total…

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