Thursday, July 15, 2010
Time is money 1931 Buick
Frank Crowe, the chief engineer of the dam, drove only a Buick, a big, bold, beautiful, Buick. When you saw Crowe's Buick parked in front of Anderson's mess hall, it meant that you would be in for a speech about increasing the speed in which you worked.
Thus, even hood ornaments tell a story about the people that drove these cars. Time is money, and money is beauty.