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Chrysler Group LLC announced it will revive the Dodge Viper, which had ended production in July 2010. The automaker will reopen the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit for the production of the next-generation SRT Viper, and will begin building the new sports car in late 2012. This news,...
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