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AND THE WINNER IS . . . NOT LAND ROVER

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In late February, Land Rover North America Inc. thought it had a glamorous deal in the making. BLS Limousine of Los Angeles had approached the high-line importer of sport-utes about providing 10 black-on-black Range Rovers to transport some of the stars for the March 21 Academy Awards ceremony. It was a supporting role that Land Rover wanted to play.

Alas, the talks broke down, and the Rovers remained in their garages.

As much as Land Rover coveted the part, a company source said BLS had wanted the deal to include several of the $60,000-plus Range Rovers for personal as well as

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