CHICAGO – The Chevrolet Camaro sport coupe will be gone in 2003, but plans call for the Chevy Blazer to pick up some of the marketplace slack. Chevrolet Blazer "We're going to say bye to the Camaro for a while, but we have some pleasant surprises coming," Chevrolet General Manager Kurt Ritter says in an interview. "We're going to do a sportier 2-door Blazer with a neat look for youth to fill the void." Ritter won’t elaborate on details of that 2-door Blazer that will fill ...
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