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In all cases,

In all cases, final assembly of convertibles was subcontracted by General Motors; in North America by American Sunroof Corporation (ASC); in Brazil by Envemo and Sulam, and in Europe by Keinath and Hammond & Thiede [de]. Hammond & Thiede's version originated with the Karosseriefabrik Voll, which was taken over by H&T in 1985.[4]

(*) Across all US brands, introduction was in spring 1981 but the launch versions were all advertised as 1982 model year cars.

Approximately 10,150,000 GM J platform cars were sold across eleven marques on six continents from 1982 through 1997, not counting Daewoo Espero(*) Across all US brands, introduction was in spring 1981 but the launch versions were all advertised as 1982 model year cars.

Approximately 10,150,000 GM J platform cars were sold across eleven marques on six continents from 1982 through 1997, not counting Daewoo Espero sales.[5][6][7][8] Consequently, it is the fifth best selling automobile platform in automotive history.