After 50 years, Cooper has no plans to retire from GM Powertrain
By MIKE PRIGGE
When Baxter Buck Cooper began his career at GM Powertrain, Dwight Eisenhower was in his first term as president, a gallon of gasoline cost 22 cents and the Chordettes just released their hit, Mr. Sandman. That was 1954.
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