Oh, how we wish we could be in Bloomfield Hills, MI at the Cranbrook Educational Community this Sunday. And no, not for some dumb ol' graphic design seminar, but because of these simple, yet resonant combinations of letters and numbers:
1929 Duesenberg -bodied speedster, 1935 Mercedes 500K cabriolet, 1930 Alfa Romeo 1500 Testa Fissa, 1931 Chrysler Imperial CG dual-cowl phaeton, 1914 Rolls-Royce -bodied roadster, 1934 Voisin aerodynamic roadster by Figoni & Falaschi, 1939 Delahaye V-12 165 convertible coupe and 1953 EX-122 (the Corvette concept car). Lest we forget, AX-201, the first Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, generally considered to be the most valuable car in the world is making an appearance. Plus, vintage Can-Am cars (which is all we really need to say about that). If you live in the Detroit area, this one's pretty much mandatory.
Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost takes bow at Cranbrook [Detroit News]
Rolls-Royce Shows Anniversary Phantom at Pebble Beach [Internal]