During profitable times, DCC envisioned light-duty versions of the new Ram platform, codenamed DR, continuing to be assembled at St. Louis North (IL), Warren (MI) and Saltillo (Mexico). All-new heavy duty 2500- and 3500-series variants are set for an '03 launch, to be assembled at Lago Alberto in Mexico. But the company's Pillette (Windsor) plant was slated to also join the fray, making '02 light-duty pickups and adding a fullsize sport/utility vehicle (dubbed DR74) for '03. Under the ...
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