When the American Axle strike
had a 106-day supply of
lots, and even a month-long strike likely wouldn't have hurt the Detroit automaker. It has now been more than a month, the strike isn't any closer to ending, and now GM's car plants are joining its
. Friday marked the last shift at the General's Hamtramck, MI plant, which builds the
, due to a lack of parts coming from American Axle. According to
the pain may not stop there, either, as the Lordstown, Ohio plant may have to shut down production of the
due to a lack of
components. GM may not have been all that concerned about the American Axle strike when it began in February, but now after a month with barely any talks and a quickly growing list of shuttered plants, we're guessing things are getting a bit tight over at the Ren Cen.