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McCullagh Leasing

AALA members enjoyed a warm Florida convention in 1982. During the convention, an informal survey of the leaders was conducted to determine the value of specific automobiles in the 24-36 months from January 1982. The top cars thought to be most valuable by the group were A-car, F-car, Oldsmobile, K-car, Mercedes 300SD, Honda, and Toyota Celica.

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The 30 Most Important People in the Fleet Industry

To celebrate Automotive Fleet's 30th anniversary, Bobit Publishing would like to honor the top 30 individuals, both past and present, who have made significant contributions to the automotive fleet industry.

GE Capital Buys McCullagh Leasing For $450 Million

GE Capital purchased McCullagh Leasing from the Bank of New England to expand into the regional, small to mid-sized fleet market. GE Capital's strategy is to maintain McCullagh's U.S. operation as a separate entity.

McCullagh's Culotta on Changes in the Automotive Fleet Industry

As McCullagh's new president, Culotta has charge of a firm that leases or rents more than 80,000 cars and trucks. The company offers vehicle leasing, fleet and maintenance management, and rental car services to commercial and governmental enterprises through 19 regional distribution and sales offices nationwide.

McCullagh Expands Vehicle Leasing Emphasis

One of the larger lessors in the vehicle leasing business, McCullagh leased a limited number of cars and trucks in the early fifties building to a force of 22,000 by 1970, and climbing to 75,000 in the last 14 years. Along the way, McCullagh also created an impressive portfolio of equipment and aircraft leases.

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