Facts for Thought

Following World War II, Detroit had big plans for much needed automobiles.  “The war years had seen four million cars disappear through age and accidents, and millions more were in desperate need of replacement.”

“Situated in the only truly prosperous market on an otherwise ravaged planet, and unthreatened by even the suggestion of overseas competition or government control, the American automobile industry planned to supply its customers with the most extravagant, outrageous, and excessive machines its stylists and engineers could imagine.” 

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