No one is expecting the wheels to fall off car sales this year. But auto executives who are usually buoyant are coming to terms with a dim prospect: Their best days are behind them. "I'm worried," confides an anxious Richard B. Colliver, executive vice-president of American Honda Motor Co. "I've seen showroom traffic slow down. People are concerned about the market."
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