Six Men Who Built The Modern Auto Industry

By: Johnson, Richard A.

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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.

Title: Six Men Who Built The Modern Auto Industry

Author Name: Johnson, Richard A.

Categories: Cultural History, European History, History, American History, Antiques/collectibles, Science, Geography, Education, World History, Business/Economics, social history, psychology/philosophy, Reference, Transportation/Vehicles/Machinery, Orient/Asia, Japan, Government/Economics/Law/Politics, Biography/Memoirs/Journals, Michigan/Detroit/Great Lakes, Sports/Athletics,

Edition: First Edition (?)

Publisher: St. Paul, MN, Motorbooks: 2005

ISBN Number: 0760319588

ISBN Number 13: 9780760319581

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket

Seller ID: 5663

Keywords: Automotive Industry; Famous Leaders; World Leaders; Business Leaders; Corporate Culture; Corporations; Corporation Identity; Automobile Companies; Automobiles;,