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Father of the Mustang gone
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Yes, sad day. This forum would not exist today.

mike

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[Mr. Iacocca was beseeched to run in 1988 to succeed Reagan, but his eviscerating management style, notoriously thin skin and off-the-cuff, frequently profane remarks increasingly brought doubt about whether he had the temperament for high office.]

Only a well balanced person making no profane remarks fits in high office.... right. Clearly we're not in 88 anymore.

He surely placed his stamp in car industry and history. RIP Mr. Iacocca.

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Lee Iacocca will always be a name stamped indelibly in auto history - RIP

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