Marshall Islands (VI) Automotive Services Companies

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Pm's Auto Inc
1 La Grand Princess
Christiansted VI 00820
Shuama Service Center Inc
30 Castle Coakley
Christiansted VI 00820
(340) 778-5285
Metro Motors Sc Inc
7 Golden Rock
Christiansted VI 00820
(340) 773-2121

Metro Motors Sc Inc
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Gilbert Contant Garag
40 Estate Contant
Saint Thomas VI 00803
(340) 776-2770
6200 Smith Bay
Saint Thomas VI 00802
Different Bizes Towing
11a Contact Apartment 3
Saint Thomas VI 00802
(340) 771-2985
Mount Olive Enterprises Inc
215-2-1 Annas Retreat
Charlotte Amalie VI 00802
Home Gas Service Station
40-1 Contact
Charlotte Amalie VI 00801
(000) 000-0000

Business sold to Domino Oil Co. 1988
Genesis Communications Inc
9000 Lockhart Garden Center
Charlotte Amalie VI 00802
Clifford Peets
4002 Estate Chrltte Amlie
Charlotte Amalie VI 00802
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