Consumers won't be able to get a composite pickup box on a fleet-side Chevy Silverado until sometime this summer — nine months to a year later than planned — so that General Motors Corp. can resolve quality issues, a company spokesman says. The first-ever full-size composite pickup box initially was to debut last fall as an option for '01 Silverados (see WEVTU — Aug. 15, '99, p. 3). But WEVTU learns that GM has delayed shipping Silverados with composite boxes several times due to a surface ...

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