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The Comet is designed to suit the needs of a one-car family and seats six comfortably. .Although it is priced with the new smaller cars, it has a longer wheelbase for a'better/ride, plus vacation-size luggage capacity, the Ford vice president observed. THE COMET has the clean styling of more expensive cars. Its horizontal anodyzed aluminum grille is flanked with dual headlights. Chrome ornamentation is limited to simple side strips which sweep back to the rear doors and then rise to meet the rear fender lines. In profile, the nearly flat roof ends in a clean angular line to the body, forming a wide, slight- y curved rear window like some luxury cars. The "gong away" view shows a wide rear window with extra visi- bilily, canted oval taillights, ind sturdy w r a p - a r o u n d lumper. Windshield posts have been designed to eliminate th lazard of b u m p e d knee Doors are wide for easy e ranee and exit. Doors on th t'.vo-door sedan are 43 inche wide, giving exceptional good entrance room for a ca of this size. * * Â« Â« The Comet series is one o he widest in the new fiel t includes a two-door seda i four-floor sedan, a two-doo ;tation wagon, and a fou loor station wagon. Eac xidy type can be purchase ither as a standard model o vilh optional Irim which in ludes bright window moU ngs, contour scats, mor uxurious u p h o l s t e r y , ca leting (in passenger cars nd bright trim door mole ngs. The Comet is powered wit n economical 90 hp engine md Ford engineers say till achieves excellent pei ormance because of weigh eduction and design simpli icatinn. * * * * CHECK MUFFLER -- Hav ou ever noticed an annoy ig sensation of tightnes cross the forehead after driv ng or riding in your car fo while? If so, chances are some par of the exhaust system, probably the muffler, is damaged or ruined. The telltale sensation of forehead tightness is a clue thst deadly carbon monoxide from the auto exhaust is entering your car, a Long Beach authority on exhaust systems, Ben Rabenn, warned today. Other common symptoms are headache, nausea and diz- zinesss. All can mean trouble in terms of potential serious Cases of carbon monoxide poisoning or increased susceptibility to accidents. Rabeen, who operates the Midas Muffler Shop at 401 E. A n a h e i m St., said it doesn't take much damage before a muffler allows carbon monoxide to seep into the passenger compartment, and it doesn't take much carbon monoxide to cause serious trouble. FOR INSTANCE," he said, 'in a few hours, air with a carbon monoxide concentration of only two parts per thousand can produce headache, mental dullness, and physical lassitude." "That's part of the subtle danger of carbon monoxide," he continued. "It's colorless, odorless, tasteless and non-ir- Â·itating. 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