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  • Eyes of design June 18

    Eyes of design is on Father's Day June 18th at the Edsel Elenore estate Grosse point mi any one going .?

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    I won't be going, but it would be interesting to see what they think is good designs.
    IMHO Studebaker had the best designs during the 50's, and the 53/54 style still looks modern, even by today's standards.
    If it had a bowtie and GM behind it's name, Studebaker would have outsold them all.
    Some of the nicest styled cars are most of them during the early 30's, especially many of the 33 and 34 cars.

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