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Eyes on Design is a classic car show held at the Edsel Ford estate on Jefferson Avenue every Father's Day to raise money for eye research. According to Fortune, Tom Gale has been active in organizing the event, which is open to vehicles of different makes. On June 17, 2007, the 20th annual show was presented, focusing on styling and design; one class is actually judged by visually impaired people who, wearing white gloves, feel the curves of the cars. In 2007, the theme was aerodynamics and streamlining, the former relating to getting the car through the air with less resistance, and the latter to looking as though the car is aerodynamic. The next show will be on Father's Day, 2008; details are at eyeson.org.
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