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21/04/1967 GM celebrates 100 millionth U.S.-made car

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GM's 50 Millionth Car Parade | Flashback | History

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50 Millionth GM Vehicle

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557,000 Miles and Counting (She's 90; Her Car's 45; Both Are Still On The Road)

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1972 was a good year for Muscle Cars. Let us take you on a tour of the GM plant...

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Ford Celebration: Rouge 100 Year Anniversary | Innovation | Ford

At the time GM celebrated its 100 millionths American-made car, it was the world’s largest automaker. The 100 millionth car was a Chevrolet Caprice Custom Coupe two-door hardtop, which rolled off the assembly line at the plant in Janesville, WI.
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