TRAVERSE CITY, MI – Now they tell us. When General Motors Corp. startled the auto world a year ago by recruiting then 69-year-old Robert A. (Bob) Lutz to come aboard to head up product development, it was understood to be a 3-year deal. Bob Lutz Now Lutz says the pact was “open-ended” all along, and that he “can’t imagine not working in this industry in a responsible job into my late 70s,” adding that “hypothetically” he could remain with GM for many more years. “It was ...

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