Autos: An Intermediate Year

First on display in the 1967 parade of new car showings was American Motors (TIME, Aug. 25) with its Javelin. Next came the Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford and Chrysler. By last week, General Motors had shown most of its line. This week there will be unveilings by Chevrolet and by Ford—which plans to display 1968 models, strike or not.

Style changes this year are far from radical; most manufacturers have opted to streamline existing models—adding a little chrome here, taking a little there. The sporty flair initiated by the Ford Mustang in...

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