Category:John Walter Christie
Automotive Engineer and Inventor
|Name in native language||John Walter Christie|
|Date of birth||6 May 1865|
John Walter Christie
|Date of death||11 January 1944|
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John Walter Christie (* 6 May, 1865 in River Edge, New Jersey; † 11 January, 1944 in Falls Church, Virginia) was an American engineer, inventor of civilian and military apparatus, front wheel drive pioneer, and racecar driver. He participated in the 1905 and 1906 Vanderbilt Cup races, and the 1907 French Grand Prix.
Companies he founded or managed:
- Christie Iron Works
- Christie Direct Action Motor Car Company (1906-1908)
- Walter Christie Automobile Company (1908)
- Front Drive Motor Car Company (1911-1918)
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