LAS VEGAS – Putting oversized chrome wheels on an SUV or replacing the regular doors on a Hyundai Tiburon with gullwing versions isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Hummer H2 with GM Accessories. Holden Commodore retakes sales lead. Nevertheless, such aftermarket add-ons big and small are a huge and growing business that OEMs now are putting in their sights as profit margins on regular production models dwindle. Ford Motor Co., General Motors Corp. and Chrysler Group used to sneer ...
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