Dana Holding Corporation
began during the formative years of the motor vehicle industry itself. In
fact, the company’s first product – the Spicer encased universal joint – pushed
the idea of the horseless carriage forward by replacing the crude means of transmitting
engine power to the wheels through two sprockets and a chain.
Likewise, the inventors and
entrepreneurs behind Spicer® axles and transmissions, Victor Reinz® gaskets,
and Long® radiators were industry pioneers themselves.