Chrysler makes car giveaway an endurance test


DETROIT, Jan 20 (Reuters) - A vehicle with "disappearing" seats will be the prize in a contest sponsored by Chrysler. But seats may be beside the point since the winner will be the last person left standing. The automaker, a division of DaimlerChrysler , said on Tuesday 20 contestants would compete in the "Stand By Your Van" contest, to be held during next month's annual auto show in Chicago. The person able to stand the longest -- no leaning, sitting or kneeling allowed -- while keeping ...

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