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Report: Chevy Camaro convertible contract goes to Magna, 20,000 units per year expected

by Chris Shunk (RSS feed) on Jan 27th, 2010 at 11:31AM

General Motors and Magna may weren't exactly seeing eye to eye when the Canadian supplier failed in its efforts to purchase Opel from The General, but the two companies are obviously still on speaking terms. Automotive News reports that Magna's Car Top Systems group has won the convertible contract for the Chevrolet Camaro. The General is reportedly expecting the droptop Camaro to account for 20,000 sales annually, matching the Ford Mustang as the top convertible sold in the States. While Magna is the latest supplier to win the Camaro convertible bid it, isn't the first. Edscha AG... Read More

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