DaimlerChrysler Corp. still isn't confirming the Chrysler Hemi convertible is a go program, but top executives continue to hint broadly that the car is indeed headed for low volume output. “The Hemi is doable,” DCC President James P. Holden says of the car that bowed as a concept at the Detroit auto show in January. “We know what the components are. We have a lot of advantages because we have rear-wheel drive capability with our partners Mercedes, so the components are on the shelf.” Mr. ...

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