AUTOS: Preview

With the air of a woman sporting a new mink coat, Detroit automen last week took the wrappings off their new models.

At a cocktail party and dinner for 500 guests, Chrysler Corp.'s President K. T. Keller rolled out his 1950 fleet of 34 models, considerably changed at a cost of $23 million. But those who saw the sleek new cars thought that Chrysler had gotten its money's worth—and then some. Instead of the square appearance of the 1949 cars, the 1950 had rounded rear corners and lengthened rear fenders, which gave them a...

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