Business: Motor Output

As a centre of optimism, Detroit is giving California and even Florida some stiff competition. Automobile-makers there are now planning their 1926 production schedules, and they are not doing it halfheartedly.

Dodge Bros, is extending its plants to permit a 50% increase in production, to 1,500 cars a day. Hudson goes even further, planning a 100% increase, to 2,000 cars a day. Similarly, output capacity per day is being arranged by Buick for 750 cars, by Chrysler for 800 to 1,000, by Willys-Overland for 1,100, and by Chevrolet for 2,200. These of course are...

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