Business: Rites of Summer (Contd.)

Proceeding with Detroit's annual rites of summer, more U.S. automakers last week gave the press an advance look at their 1962 models. Among the highlights:

Chevrolet. Chevy's big surprise is the size of its new "intermediate'' car. the Chevy II. Only slightly larger than a compact, the Chevy II is intended to compete not with Ford's intermediate Fairlane. which is roughly the size of a 1949 sedan, but with Ford's best-selling Falcon compact. In a market where companies almost invariably try to blanket their competitors' offerings, this leaves a gap in Chevy's line, but...

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