DETROIT – When General Motors Corp. began working a few years ago on the sexy little Pontiac Solstice roadster, which arrives next fall as an ’06 model, the program’s chief engineer had an unusual request: use recycled parts. GM’s Jim Queen says the goal for ’06 Pontiac Solstice was to employ 100% reused parts. Jim Queen, GM’s vice president-North American Engineering, tells reporters after his speech at the recent Auto-Tech conference here that GM had a goal to employ 100% reused ...
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