General Motors Corp. announces late last month that it will shutter its St. Therese, Quebec, assembly plant, where its Chevrolet Camaro and Pontiac Firebird cars currently are built. The longstanding Camaro, which has been built since 1967, and the Firebird will cease production after the ’02 model year, although GM sources insinuate the Camaro nameplate may re-emerge in the future. Stalwarts of the U.S.’s once-popular "pony car" segment, the Camaro and Firebird in recent years suffered from ...
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