AUTOS: Detroit at Work

Out on General Motors' testing grounds at Detroit one day last week, Chevrolet rolled its 1961 models for a press preview of the most complete line of compacts of any U.S. automaker. The new Corvair line includes all but a convertible, extends even into compact buses, until now turned out only by European automakers. The new models:

¶The Greenbrier Sports Wagon, which closely resembles the Volkswagen Micro-Bus, with the driver's seat set over the front axle in a boxlike body over a 95-in. wheelbase. The Greenbrier, turned out in gay colors and...

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