CANBERRA – GM Holden Ltd. may have an interest in selling the redesigned Chevrolet Camaro here if the concept car, unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit this week, goes into production. A recent story in the Sydney Harold suggests the company would use the new Camaro to reintroduce the Chevy brand to Australia. Chevrolet has not been sold officially in the country since the 1960s, when General Motors Corp. withdrew the brand to focus on its Holden operation. ...
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