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VW Chattanooga

Fun fact: Volkswagen was the first carmaker to have an assembly plant in the U.S. when it purchased a former Chrysler plant in 1978. While that plant ultimately failed, the automaker returned to our shores with a new, large plant in Chattanooga, Tenn., that represents a $1 billion investment by the German carmaker. Check out more details in the link below and make sure to read our other top stories of the week, as well:

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By Colin Bird | April 21, 2012 | Comments (3)



You left an important word out of the first sentence of this article, "foreign."


(and your time stamp is an hour slow, too)

Agent Mike

You left out a Very Important Fun Fact. It was a non UAW car factory, and still is.

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