Sloan and Fisher introduce LaSalle

August 2000
Automotive News;8/28/2000 Anniversary Supplement, Vol. 74 Issue 5890, p8
Trade Publication
Focuses on the introduction of the 1927 LaSalle car by General Motors in Boston, Massachusetts. Role of Alfred P. Sloan Jr., president of General Motors and Lawrence P. Fisher, president of Cadillac in the launching of the automobile; Description of the automobile; Accounts of Harley Earl's design of the automobile.


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