GOODS & SERVICES: New Ideas, Aug. 29, 1955

GOODS & SERVICES

Car Poll. To find out what the public wants in the car of tomorrow, Chrysler Corp. put on display in its main Manhattan showroom three custom-made dream cars (Falcon, Flight Sweep I and II), fitted out with such futurisms as roofed headlights, curved window glass, external dual exhausts, control panel on a pedestal sandwiched between bucket seats, padded doors, and carpets fused over foam rubber. None of the supercars is a production prototype: Chrysler hopes to whet appetites for its 1956 cars and, by eavesdropping on car fans, to pick...

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