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American auto companies are showcasing brawn with only a hint of green at this year's Detroit Auto Show. General Motors leads the pack - snagging both Car and Truck of the year - the first time GM has ever driven away with both awards in the same year. The redesigned Chevrolet Corvette Stingray gets the top honor, cementing GM's turnaround from "Government Motors" bailout - to the talk of the town. The Corvette Z06 is also part of that buzz, not to mention the Chevy Silverado as Truck of the Year. GM President of North America Mark Reuss: MARK REUSS, PRESIDENT, GENERAL MOTORS NORTH AMERICA (ENGLISH) SAYING: "It's a reflection of the focus and the real fundamentals of excellence that are becoming apparent here at GM." The turnaround certainly puts the wind at the back of incoming CEO Mary Barra as the industry's first female leader. But the competition is coming on strong and heavy - as in heavy-duty trucks. The F150 is Ford's top of