4 edition of Motor history of America found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 291-292.First ed. published in 1937 under title: The gasoline age; the story of the men who made it.
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" Shown elsewhere on this page " This painting shows what Matt Wilson's car will look like when completed. We also might install a small horn loudspeaker on the roof with a PA system inside like the old time police cars had. This car is owned by Suzanne Edmonds.
During the First World War he became the largest producer of trucks in the USA. The years 1935 and 1936 brought new spirit to the automotive industry. He served in this position until his death in 1948 Thomas B. Then, poor product planning such as the seven-year lack of a four-cylinder engine for the Gremlin and millions of dollars on development money wasted on poorly conceived models lineup ruined the future for AMC.
After Jack sold it the car was turned into a LAPD "Adam 12" type clone. Hudson's famous "step-down" unibody and big-bore Six made their appearance in 1948. In 1900 Jeffrey bought a plant in Kenosha, Wisconsin, where he planned to manufacture automobiles on a large scale. 64 1st gear T-10 4 spd, 3. Still has low miles and runs like a champ.
He was the first of the three key players of the companies that created American Motors in 1954.