The sale promised to slash the prices of more than 400 used cars, trucks and SUVs by thousands of dollars.
Some were advertised to ultimately sell for just $79.
More than 600 people showed up, and the line actually started forming the day before.
The dealership said it had a surplus of used cars because of the economy and low interest rates that allow many people to upgrade to newer cars.
Organizers said any cars that remained after the sale went on the auction block.
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