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Dewey's Car Sales is a location in L.A. Noire. It is a Packard Dealership owned by William Dewey. It is featured in the case "The Consul's Car". It is located on the corner of Wilshire and Figueroa in Downtown.
The location is also featured at the very start of the opening cutscene, the scene depicts William Dewey selling a car to another man.
- If the player parks a car in the open bay of the garage, a piece of the car will become invisible until the car is either fully in or out of the garage.
- There is a Packard Clipper Eight on the lot which has a slight difference from all the rest, this one has a "For Sale" sign over the passenger side of the windshield, this sign cannot, and will not, come off of the car.