Australians will have to wait until next year to get behind the wheel of a right-hand-drive, next-generation Corvette Stingray. Car converter Performax International says it expects to gets its first Stingray later this year, but RHD development and government compliance processes are expected to push the Chevrolet model's local on-sale date well into 2014. Performax says Eric Millette, lean-manufacturing engineer and business manager of body systems at the Bowling Green, KY, ...

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