02 July 2019


Lee Iacocca has passed on.

His fingerprints and footprints are all over the auto industry.


  1. I'll always be grateful to him for the Mustang. The '65 that I had is the only car that I still miss.........

  2. Hey Angus;

    I liked Lee, but his ego was monumental, that is what got him wacked at Ford and his feuding with Reagan. He did some really good stuff like the Mustang and the Minivan, and he was what Chrysler needed after the really crappy cars they built in the late 1970's. I liked the "K" car.


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