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Since we’re starting to get into warm months, sports car sales should be perking up. Here’s how the noteworthy cars did: BMW Z4, 316; SRT Viper (just went on sale), 3; Mercedes-Benz SLK, 453; Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, 44; Chevrolet Corvette, 1,053; Nissan GT-R, 122; Nissan 370Z, 669; Subaru BRZ, 905; Lexus LFA, 4; Scion FR-S, 1,828; Audi TT, 189; Lamborghini (total), 46; Porsche 911, 990; Porsche Boxster, 578.


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