Consumers aren't following car carriers of Chrysler PT Cruisers to the dealership anymore, but the carmaker still is unable to meet demand. “I have 90,000 unsatisfied customers right now,” says James Holden, president of DaimlerChrysler Corp. That's equivalent to annual production figures for some of the industry's smaller plants. It keeps pressure on the automaker to bump up production plans beyond the 50,000 units being added in Graz, Austria, in the new year. With Graz, capacity ...
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