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1902 Oldsmobile Curved Dash
1906 REO Runabout
1913 Ford Model T Speedster
1913 Ford Model T Speedster
1916 Detroit Electric Brougham
1916 Detroit Electric Brougham
1925 Oakland Landau Coupe
1925 Oakland Landau Coupe
1926 Chrysler G-70 roadster
1926 Chrysler G-70 roadster
1926 Oldsmobile Deluxe Roadster
1926 Oldsmobile Deluxe Roadster
1926 Oldsmobile Deluxe Roadster
1926 Oldsmobile Deluxe Roadster Interior
1926 REO T-6 Roadster
1926 REO T-6 Roadster
1926 Velie Model 60 coupe
1927 AC Six
1927 AC Six
1928 Whippet coupe
1928 Whippet coupe
1928 Whippet coupe
1930 Hupmobile Cabriolet
1930 Hupmobile Cabriolet
1930 Hupmobile Cabriolet
1931 Auburn 8-98A Phaeton
1931 Auburn 8-98A Phaeton
1933 Auburn 8-105 Salon Phaeton
1933 Auburn 8-105 Salon Phaeton
1933 Pierce-Arrow 836 sedan
1933 Pierce-Arrow 836 sedan
1935 Auburn 851 Sedan
1935 Auburn 851 Sedan
1935 Auburn 851 Speedster
1935 Auburn 851 Speedster

Each year the EyesOn Design Automotive Design Exhibition highlights significant automotive designs, regardless of year or manufacturer. So unlike other classic car concours with restrictive rules, the EyesOn Design show is more inclusive and approachable. Visitors can see cars that they could afford to keep in their garage, along with exotic and classic vehicles worth over $100K. The show focus is primarily on American cars from the 1950s to the 1970s, but European and Japanese brands are represented as well. This year, a selection of rare TVRs had their own section. Ford, GM and Chrysler vehicles were all over the field, as expected. A few European rarities included the DeTomaso Mangusta, Citroen SM, Ferrari F40 and Maserati Merak.