Where's the Bel Air? Two years ago General Motors Corp. unveiled a concept convertible called the Chevy Bel Air at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Bel Air still could see production. But since then there’s been little word on whether that car stands a chance when it comes to seeing production. “We have a skunk works on that car and I'm personally focusing on getting it done,” says Mark Hogan, GM group vice president-advanced vehicle development. ...
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