AUTOS: Wheels for All

"We are really concentrating on cars this year—cars that look well, run well, and are available to the ordinary citizen." So said an exhibitor last week of the biggest auto show ever held in the U.S. The Third International Automobile Show filled Manhattan's Coliseum with more than 600 cars from 68 automakers in nine countries, and as always the crowds clustered admiringly around the rich and the racy. Britain's famed Rolls-Royce showed off a new Silver Cloud convertible ($19,350); there was a 150-m.p.h. Aston Martin sports sedan ($9,870), a new French Facel-Vega sedan ($12,800), and a handsome roadster ($10,500) from...

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