Classic Car Photos



The Edsel was introduced as a 1958 model positioned between Ford and Mercury. Edsel had a short three model year history, production ended with the 1960 models.

They were only sold as 1958, 1959, and 1960 models. The 58 and 59 models featured a unique verticle center grille.

In 1958 eighteen different Edsel models were offered, including the smaller Ranger and Pacer and the larger Corsair and Citation.

The 1958 Edsel line up also included station wagons carrying the Roundup, Villager, and Bermuda model names.

In 1959 the Ranger and Corsair were the only series for sedans, hardtops, and a convertible with the Villager being the only station wagon series.

The Ranger and Corsair shared a new 120 inch wheelbase. They were a few inches shorter overall than the 1958 models.

The Villager station wagon continued with the previous years 118 inch wheelbase in 1959. The Pacer and Citation series were discontinued.

1960 would be the last model year for Edsel. The verticle center grille disappeared for 1960. The Ranger was now the only series for sedans, hardtops and the convertible. The Villager continued on as the station wagon.

Cruise through the picture list here to see many of the various Edsels from years past.

Don't forget that we have pictures of many other antique, classic and special interest collector cars and trucks

Most of these photos were taken at local classic car shows, which is always a great way to spend a day.

Photo Galleries
Ford | Edsel

Antique & Classic Edsel Pictures

1958 Edsel Pictures

1958 Edsel Citation 4 Door Hardtop

1958 Edsel Pacer Two Door Hardtop

1958 Edsel Pacer Convertible

1958 Edsel Citation Convertible

1958 Edsel Corsair Two Door Hardtop

1959 Edsel Pictures

1959 Edsel Ranger Sedan

1959 Edsel Villager Station Wagon

1959 Edsel Ranger Two Door Sedan

1959 Edsel Corsair Two Door Hardtop

1960 Edsel Pictures

1960 Edsel Ranger 2 Door Sedan

1960 Edsel Ranger 2 Dooe Hardtop

1960 Edsel Villager Station Wagon

1960 Edsel Ranger Four Door Sedan

1960 Edsel Ranger Convertible


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