Johnson, Richard A.
Title Six Men Who Built The Modern Auto Industry
Book Condition Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket
Edition First Edition (?)
Publisher St. Paul, MN Motorbooks 2005
0760319588 / 9780760319581
Seller ID 5663
Hardcover is black with gold lettering on spine pages are clean and tight; this is a NEW book. Illustrated with 36 b/w photographs. The six are: Henry Ford II, grandson of Ford I, who founded the Ford Motor Company; Soichiro Honda, founder of Honda, the revolutionary Japanese car company; Lee Iacocca, who came up through the ranks of Ford, then became CEO and icon of Chrysler Corporation; Erberhard von Kuenheim, founder of modern day BMW; Bob Lutz, former president of Chrysler, a BMW guy, and still a mover and shaker at General Motors Corporation; and Ferdinand Piech, architect of the Volkswagon Group. Some of the most important corporate leaders in the world, over the past 50+ years, and in many ways, responsible for the shape of much of our current world. Has 19 chapters on various aspects of each of the men, their careers and companies; epilogue; careers; index. ; B&W Photographs; 1.42 x 8.9 x 6.22 Inches; 384 pages; Cover and DJ have very slight shelf wear, bumping.