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Excel 2010 VBA - Parsing a large worksheet into smaller worksheets

I have a worksheet of cars (yes it's simple but I'm still learning this VBA stuff) and would like to:
Take each group of cars and copy it to a new sheet in the same workbook.
All chevys placed on a new sheet in the same workbook.
All Rolls placed on a new sheet in the same workbook.
All VW's placed on a new sheet in the same workbook.
See attached workbook.
cars-example-prelim.xls
Microsoft ExcelSpreadsheetsVB Script

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Patrick Matthews

8/22/2022 - Mon
Steve

Using VBA for this is not too hard with some loops, but does this have to be VBA?
If you create a pivot table based upon the data, then list by model and count of sales, if you then click on the counts it will create the sheet for you.
I can do the VBA if this is important to you, but sometimes simpler is better.
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