AUTOS: Reconversion Notes

¶ From Germany last week, newsmen reported that the Ford plant at Cologne, which had somehow escaped destruction by bombing, was back in production for a while, at least. From German-made parts and stock on the shelves, workmen were turning out close to ten light trucks a day. ¶ From Moscow came word that one of Russia's titanic tank plants would be reconverted to mass-produce a luxury passenger automobile for better-heeled Soviet citizens.


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