Autos: Dangerously Attractive

Despite the fact that it already sells 52% of the nation's autos, giant General Motors keeps itself whipped into a competitive lather—and its largest division is the most competitive of all. Though its sales are already greater than those of the entire Ford Motor Co., Chevrolet has prepared for 1964 a whole new line of intermediate models in an effort to win even more sales. Last week Chevrolet General Manager Semon ("Bunky") Knudsen showed to the press the auto that is expected to do the job: the new Chevelle. Impressed by its clean and handsome styling, Detroit's normally undemonstrative...

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