Explores the business history of three major independent American automakers-Nash Motor Company, the Hudson Motor Car Company, and the American Motors Company-that faced fierce competition from the qBig Three.qOver the first three years of the contract, AMC would pay 30 percent of Packarda#39;s tooling costs. ... and components from AMC, but aquot;The failure of Packard to make purchases from AMC in such amounts, or in any amount, ... James Nance did not. ... He named Stuart G. Baits general manager, Joseph W. Eskridge vice president in charge of manufacturing, and J. F. Jones vice president in charge of sales.
|Title||:||Storied Independent Automakers|
|Author||:||Charles K. Hyde|
|Publisher||:||Wayne State University Press - 2009|