The People of Chrysler: biographies and interviews

Also see our interviews page.

Mopar / Chrysler engineers

Dodge, Plymouth, and Jeep racers

Chrysler corporate leaders

Chrysler stylists

  • Avard T. Fairbanks, designer of the Dodge Ram and the Plymouth Flying Lady ornaments
  • John E. Herlitz, stylist of the 1970 Plymouth Barracuda and Dodge Copperhead
  • Bob Ackerman, stylist of the M4S
  • Roy Axe, who worked with Rootes Group and designed or influenced many Chrysler Europe cars
  • Elwood Engel, whose clean designs were well-received from the mid-60s to the mid-1970s

Other Mo-people of interest

Celebrities’ cars

1992 Chrysler executives

Books

race group 1978

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