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1923 Jewett Six Roadster 1923 Jewett Six Roadster 1930 Packard Phaeton 1931 REO Royale 1932 Cadillac V-12 Phaeton 1936 LaSalle coupe 1937 Cord 812 Convertible Coupe 1937 Cord 812 Convertible Coupe 1938 Packard 1607 Touring Cabriolet by Brunn 1939 Cadillac Series 75 4d 1940 Packard 1807 convertible sedan 1941 Graham Custom Hollywood 1941 Graham Custom Hollywood 1941 Lincoln Continental coupe 1941 Packard One Twenty Convertible Coupe 1948 Buick Super 4d 1948 Buick Super 4d 1948 Packard Super Eight convertible 1948 Packard Super Eight convertible 1949 Ford Custom 2d Club Coupe 1949 Ford Custom 2d Club Coupe 1950 Chevrolet Deluxe convertible 1950 Chevrolet Deluxe convertible 1950 Oldsmobile 88 Holiday Coupe 1950 Oldsmobile 88 Holiday Coupe 1951 Chevrolet Styleline DeLuxe 2d sedan 1951 Chevrolet Styleline DeLuxe 2d sedan 1951 Chevrolet Styleline DeLuxe 2d sedan 1953 Mercury Monterey 1953 Mercury Monterey 1953 Oldsmobile 98 Fiesta convertible 1953 Oldsmobile 98 Fiesta convertible 1953 Oldsmobile 98 Fiesta convertible 1953 Oldsmobile 98 Fiesta convertible Interior 1953 Pontiac Catalina 2d Hardtop

The EyesOn Design show, held at the Edsel and Eleanor Ford estate, places a premium on automotive design over rarity or value. Unlike most other concours events, modern cars are welcomed to the annual EyesOn Design event. For the 2010 show, there was an abundance of 1950s and '60s American cars, but notable foreign entries included a selection of Porsche 911s spanning 40+ years. A few Ferraris such as a 288 GTO and a Daytona, as well as a Lancia Scorpion, and DeTomaso Mangusta were shown. Muscle cars from GM, Ford, Chrysler, and AMC were well represented, with the exception of Camaros and Firebirds. In the middle of the field were stunning 1960s examples of the Oldsmobile Toronado, Buick Riviera, and Cadillac Eldorado. Packards, Plymouths, and Buicks were everywhere, and even a couple of Studebakers were nestled in among the more commonplace Fords. What makes the EyesOn Design show unique is that it highlights cars that the average enthusiast could actually afford to own.