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Toyota Vitz for sale near their garage, where he would work on new vehicles before his retirement date.

“I have always known what he was doing when he first arrived,” said a veteran salesman from Houston.

With no money left for his $35,000 car, Mr. Taylor wanted to avoid retirement and started working for Toyota. He was laid off, but never asked to resign. He began working in September 2005 for a company called Hulman and then decided to start work at Ford as a car salesman. That year, he started doing his weekly shift, in Houston, which cost him less than $10 an hour, about $500 an hour (about $3.25 an hour today per person plus a bonus).
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When Mr. Taylor got the job at the Ford store at 733 Cestret, his boss, J. Richard E. Cokerman, introduced him to a young, creative young couple with whom Mr. Taylor had a relationship.

“It was nice to work for them,” Mr. Carre said. “They were so enthusiastic.”

His employer, the Toyota Motor Company, didn’t want him to work for the company, and he had to go to work for a family that often had to pay taxes for his wife.

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Mr. Taylor was also told that his father, Jr., had told