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Don't know where else in the forum to ask this...so...

1. How can GM run the p[lant that builds the sky-solstice profitably when they are only selling 1500 cars or so a month? Just curious.

2. Anybody know anything about the Baltimore plant? Have there been more than one plants in Baltimore? My 55 Chrolet 210 2 door was built in Baltimore and my 97 GMC Safari Van was built in Baltimore. Notieced that GM no longer has a plant there. Also, is this the same plant that built the 69 custom S pontiac that one of our forum members owns?

3. I owned for a very long time a 71 Chevelle that was built in Texas. When was this plant closed?

4. SSR production is stopped, right? What has happened to the dedicated plant that built the SSR?


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Baltimore assembly is closed and is being knocked down. Yes the same plant built both your vehicles, hence why it was closed (OLD). Wilmington will stay open as long as I am there! :smilewide:

If you're talking about the Arlington, TX assembly plant, it is still there building trucks. The SSR plant is still there, but the SSR is not, so don't know its fate.

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