NEW YORK – The eagerly awaited Dodge SRT-4 is just beginning to ship from Chrysler's Belvidere, IL, plant, which is straining to increase output of the 158 mph (254 km/h) car to 5,000-7,000 units annually over the next three years. The plant has added a few more pallets to get more production, John Fernandez, director-Dodge Motorsports Operations, tells the International Motor Press Assn. here. Fernandez says the original business plan called for breaking even on the SRT-4 at 2,500 ...
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