Walter Chrysler established the Chrysler Corporation from the embers of the Maxwell-Chambers Auto Works; then founded the much larger Dodge Brothers Motor Co. In this book he tells his story simply and with many entertaining anecdotes. He talks about his childhood, his work on the railroads, his turn-around of American Locomotive, Buick and then Maxwell-Chambers. Chrysler writes in an easy style, in the book he explains his philosophy that R&D are vital to a company's success. The Chrysler Building was in the planning stage and that is discussed in the book along with his belief that his children must start at the bottom and worth their way up. This easy-to-read autobiography is a delight for anyone but a must-read for automotive enthusiasts.