Preview: 2015 EyesOn Design Automotive Design Exhibition

EoD_Jun 17 2015_0017Coming this Sunday: One of the great classic car shows in America and a Father’s Day tradition in Detroit, the annual EyesOn Design Automotive Exhibition. Here’s a full report from Wednesday’s media preview.



This coming Sunday is Father’s Day and time for a Motor City tradition: the EyesOn Design Automotive Design Exhibition at the beautiful Edsel and Eleanor Ford House in Grosse Point Shores. The show, which features more than 300 expertly selected vehicles, will once again benefit the Detroit Institute of Ophthalmology.

This year’s theme is House Style, showcasing the designs of the major automakers and their legendary design bosses. Special vehicle categories will celebrate the work of Harley Earl, George Walker, Virgil Exner, Raymond Loewy, and other famed styling chiefs of America and Europe. Other groups include Jazz Age Coupes and Golden Era Classics 1925-1948. It’s going to be a great show and naturally, we’ll have full event coverage here at Mac’s Motor City Garage. In the meantime, below are a few vehicles from Wednesday’s media preview. We hope to see you there.

EyesOn Design Automotive Design Exhibition; Sunday, June 21, 2015; Edsel and Eleanor Ford House, 1100 Lake Shore Road, Grosse Pointe Shores, Michigan; 10AM to 4:30

1955 Jaguar XK140 Roadster Christ Panos

1969 De Tomaso Mangusta Chevrolet Dick Ruzzin1969 De Tomaso Mangusta Chevrolet Dick Ruzzin

1938 Studebaker President Coupe Niall Olling1938 Studebaker President Coupe Niall Olling 

1926 AC 12-24 Royal Roadster Stahl's Automotive Foundation1926 AC 12/24 Royal Roadster Stahl’s Automotive Foundation 

Karl Kustom Lingenfelter Performance Corvette C6/C2 Ken Lingenfelter

1961 Ford Thunderbird Marianne Peggie1961 Ford Thunderbird Convertible Marianne Peggie


2 thoughts on “Preview: 2015 EyesOn Design Automotive Design Exhibition

  1. One of our favorite shows of the year benefitting a great cause. We’ll have two cars there, including one with only three wheels…

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