What was fun in 1999

January 2000
Automotive News;1/3/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5855, p2
Trade Publication
Offers a look at the vacations of some executives from the automobile industry in 1999. Includes Robert Bosch Corp. product manager Linda Lynch's excavation of a pre-Columbian site; Land Rover North America Inc. manager Kim McCullough's mountain climbing in Wyoming; Nissan North America manager Don Strong's Amazon River expedition.


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