DaimlerChrysler Corp. will bring to market another low-volume, niche vehicle after its Plymouth Prowler goes out of production following the '01 model year. “There will be another product behind the Prowler,” says John P. Hinckley, plant manager of DCC's Conner Avenue Prowler/Dodge Viper assembly facility in Detroit. The highly specialized Conner Avenue plant makes 14 Prowlers and eight Vipers daily. The recent announcement that DCC is dropping the Plymouth brand and Prowler could've put ...

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