Chrysler's Souped Up Sideshow

CHRYSLER MAY BE NO.3 among U.S. auto makers, but it emerged No.1 in its class in San Diego. Archrival General Motors, despite being the official car provider (320 lent to dignitaries), settled for hosting a luncheon in the San Diego Civic Center. Ford wasn't even there, for unspecified reasons.

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