Eyes On Design celebrates legendary car designers' work
Detroit Free Press
By Mark Phelan
June 13, 2015
Landmark vehicles by some of the auto industry's legendary designers will be center stage at the Eyes On Design car show on Father's Day, June 21.
As many as 300 vehicles will fill the...
My vote for best Ford designer is Uwe Bahnsen (Escort II, Cortina IV, Granada II, Cargo truck, perhaps others ) and perhaps 2nd vote to Claude Lobo (Ka I, Focus I). :)
And who should take the credit for the first '65 Transit, 1970 Cortina III (Damon Woods ???) and superb ‘85 Transit ?
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