DaimlerChrysler Corp. President James P. Holden says he hopes to continue getting cars from Mitsubishi Motor Mfg. of America Inc.'s Normal, IL, plant beyond the '04 model year, the date the current contract between the two companies is expected to end. “We haven't yet discussed any successor vehicles after 2004 with Mitsubishi, but I have no reason to believe we won't do another vehicle at Normal, whether a coupe or perhaps something else. It's a wonderful outlet for me to get another ...
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