Chevrolet Camaro Convertible 2011: Start of production Oshawa
The Oshawa Assembly Plant celebrated the occasion of the start of production 2001 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible
• The employees joined a Rick Hendrick and Dale Earnhardt Jr. to take delivery of the first vehicle sold
The Oshawa assembly plant celebrated the start of regular production of the highly anticipated 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible in a ceremony attended by the employees and guests.
"That is another chapter in the long racing life of popular Chevrolet Camaro, has said Kevin Williams, president and general director of GM of Canada. The launch of the new convertible will have a new taste of enthusiastic clientele design and performance Camaro, by demonstrating all the major qualities of the plant's award-winning Oshawa assembly. "
Chevrolet Camaro Convertible is the second of three vehicles lances Oshawa since last September, and two new shifts have been added to support this surplus production.
"All the team of the Oshawa plant is dedicated to putting a vehicle of exceptional quality in the market," announced Dan Hermer, plant manager of Oshawa assembly.
"The new manufacturing mandates, as in the case of the Camaro convertible, testify the high caliber of Oshawa staff," added Chris Buckley, president of Local 222 of the Union of Canadian Auto Workers.
The employees joined a Rick Hendrick, owner of Hendrick Motorsports, to celebrate this turning point. Hendrick, a passionate Camaro, which has purchased the first Camaro Cup 2010 have left the assembly line, has also purchased the first Camaro convertible at auction. In both cases, Rick Hendrick acquired the purchase rights at a Barrett-Jackson auction, with all funds raised are paid to local charity organizations.
"I like Chevrolet since I was little, and I never considered anything else, has said Hendrick. As passionate about, it's exciting to see the return of the Camaro as high performance car world class. The Oshawa staff makes the best vehicles on our roads. It was a great opportunity to meet them and thank them for their privileged work. "
Dale Earnhardt Jr., driver of Hendrick Motorsports NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, was also present at the ceremony and adds: "Chevrolet is a partner of choice on and off road, and I am pleased to be present on this occasion. Even if I take yet fully my 1972 Camaro, I'm looking forward to getting behind the wheel of this convertible thunder. "
The 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible displays an MSRP of $ 33,995 and will be at Chevrolet dealers across the country beginning in February.
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