CHICAGO – For decades, visitors to the Chicago Auto Show had to settle for slamming doors, kicking tires and comparing window stickers when checking out the hardware. But visitors to the 2005 show in February will climb hills in a Jeep Wrangler, tow lumber in a Dodge Ram and maneuver through a slalom course in a Chrysler 300C – all inside McCormick Place South. For safety reasons, however, all visitors will be chauffeured by professional drivers. The first Chicago Auto Show in 1901 ...
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