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Journalists scour the aisles last week to see the latest in automotive technology at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Journalists scour the aisles last week to see the latest in automotive technology at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. (Paul Sancya/Associated Press Photo) Paul Sancya/Associated Press Photo
Royal Ford

Noteworthy in show

New cars, concepts at Detroit auto fest don't fit the box

By Royal Ford
January 14, 2007

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DETROIT -- It is often easy to categorize an international auto show: the year of the truck, the year of the small car, the year of the minivan or crossover vehicle. (Full article: 832 words)

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