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 |  May 07 2009, 11:21 AM

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As General Motors continues to report record losses, there are still some small success stories to report. The reborn Chevy Camaro is one of them.

While plants are being idled and employees being let go across the company, at the Camaro assembly plant in Oshawa, Canada, workers can’t keep up with demand.

The Peterborough Examiner is reporting that workers at the Camaro assembly line will start working Saturdays through the summer to keep up with the popularity of the vehicle. The plant has even postponed holidays, which were scheduled for the week of June 29th, to continue manufacturing the popular new sportscar.

[Source: The Peterborough Examiner]

NOTE: AutoGuide will be driving the new Camaro and meeting with GM Canada’s PR boss George Saratlic tonight at 6 pm EST. Follow us on Twitter and we’ll bring you more on the car and this story.

  • Tom

    I saw Camaro number 3250 on the street yesterday. Is that a recent one or have they made more than I know of?

    The car looked great, by the way.

  • JAVIER APOLONIO

    WONDERFUL, BEAUTIFUL