SAN DIEGO – Chevrolet officials have a stern warning for their counterparts at Ford – never again will the Mustang finish ahead of the Camaro in the pony-car sales race. Their brashness stems from the pending arrival of a convertible model they believe will pad the Camaro’s totals and put it well out of the Mustang’s reach. “Last year, we outsold Mustang for first time since 1985, and that was just with the coupe,” Al Oppenheiser, Camaro chief engineer, says here during a media ...
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