NEW PRODUCTS: Three-Way Vision

Chicago's Am-Ben Corp. last week unveiled a new rear-view mirror, which it whooped up as the first really efficient auto mirror. Automakers who tested it thought so too. The "Wyd-Vue," invented by Am-Ben's President Charles L. Bennett, is a series of five mirrors mounted on rubber cushions in a metal frame, which can be attached to the molding atop the windshield. With a mirror surface of 70 square inches and a 180° arc of vision, a driver can see cars behind to the right & left as well as straight back. Bennett said he had already booked orders for...

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