Creator of Ford Mustang Lee Iacocca no more
Iacocca, who is credited for designing and launching the Ford Mustang, died at his Los Angeles home
Lee Iacocca, the brain behind the iconic Ford Mustang, has breathed his last, media reports said. He was 94.
Iacocca is credited for designing and launching the Ford Mustang, which went on to become America's most iconic cars. He is also remembered for his appearances in Chrysler ads, in which he was seen saying: "If you find a better car, buy it!"
Iacocca died at his Los Angeles home, his family told the media.
He started his career as an Engineer at Ford Motor Company in 1946. Iacocca was known to have a natural flair for marketing and putting together campaigns.
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