On the heels of record April sales of the Plymouth Prowler, DaimlerChrysler Corp. appears to be rethinking its fate beyond the '01 model year. Last year's announcement DCC is dropping the Plymouth brand included reports (see Ward's Automotive Reports — Nov. 22. '99 p. 1) that the slow-selling Prowler also would be dropped. One argument for killing the hot rod is it would free capacity at the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit, MI, for second-generation Viper production as well as ...
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