Anyone who's been to any of the big auto shows knows they are put together by marketing departments, saturated as they are with splashy displays and dramatic lighting.
In contrast, the EyesOn Design car show in Detroit is awesome because it's organized and curated by actual car designers, and you get to see what they like. Displays and lighting are replaced by a simple grass field and sunlight; it's all about the design, baby!
This year's show highlighted the work of Marcello Gandini, the man behind countless Alfas, Maseratis and Lambos. But Italian exotics weren't the only thing on display; click the link below to see the complete lineup, and feast your eyes on everything from a 1936 Stout Scarab to a 1957 Brougham, with a nice selection of '60s muscle cars to round it out.