Autos: Making Mileage at Chrysler

Detroit's biggest outdoor signboard is devoted, fittingly, to keeping a minute-by-minute tally of the year's auto production. Sometime this week, the sign's revolving numerals will register their 2,290,000th car in 1965, thus breaking an alltime quarterly record for the auto industry; before the month is out, that figure will rise to some 2,500,000 for 1965's first three months. As the industry drives confidently toward what it believes will be its first 9,000,000-car year,* one company is gaining faster than all the others. Though third-place Chrysler is still far behind General Motors...

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