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From Shelbys to Scimitars, the 2020 EyesOn Design Sunday Drive had it all

The Detroit area is fortunate to host—under normal circumstances—two top-shelf car shows every year. There’s the Concours of America, one of the premier car events in the United States, which is held in late summer and ranks alongside the concours of Amelia Island and Pebble Beach. A few weeks earlier (typically on every Father’s Day), the car design community puts on the EyesOn Design show (EOD), benefitting the Detroit Institute of Ophthalmology. Because the cars on display are judged on styling, not on 100-point perfection, and because the show is very much an insider event, EOD is a particularly special car show and boasts vehicles that you’re not likely to see at a more formal concours d’elegance. The location adds to the show’s mystique; it’s held at the Eleanor and Edsel Ford estate, just north of Grosse Pointe, Michigan, on the shore of Lake St. Clair.

 

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I've never liked the 69 Shelby Mustangs. The front end of the car looks less like a Mustang and more like a Challenger or Cuda.

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