Business: Chrysler Gets Ready

To newsmen Chrysler Corp. this week showed off its new models, on which it spent $300 million, the biggest styling and engineering changes in its history. The new cars, which will not be shown for sale until Oct. 30, are all lower, with a swept-back look that is climaxed by striking raised rear-fender fins. Hardtops and convertibles are as much as five inches lower, sedans down four inches; Plymouths and Dodges have been widened four inches to give them a bigger look. From Plymouth to Imperial, all sport new suspensions with torsion-bar springing on the front end. No word yet on...

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