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2012 Woodward Dream Cruise: A Colorful Black & White Car
1958 Edsel Pacer Convertible

To view the entire photo gallery in your choice of 2D or stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player or here for an HTML applet Continuing with the theme how boring car interiors have gotten, here’s a stunning … Continue reading

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That’s an Edsel?
1960 Edsel Ranger

To view the entire photo gallery in your choice of 2D or stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player or here for an HTML applet We conclude our look at the three years of Edsel products with a … Continue reading

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Survivor Series: 1959 Edsel Villager Station Wagon

To view the entire photo gallery in your choice of 2D or stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player or here for an HTML applet According to Bring A Trailer, only 5,687 Edsel Villager wagons were made in … Continue reading

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1959 Edsel Convertible

To view the entire photo gallery in your choice of 2D or stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player or here for an HTML applet As mentioned in the last post, for the 1959 model year, Ford reacted … Continue reading

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1958 Edsel Pacer

To view the entire photo gallery in your choice of 2D or stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player or here for an HTML applet The “purest” Edsels are the 1958 models. The new line was introduced on … Continue reading

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The Edsel: “… yet with a classical element of conservatism in its styling which will give it maximum appeal.”

Bring A Trailer has a nice 1959 Edsel Villager station wagon and I realized that I had some photos of a ’59 Villager taken at last year’s Orphan Car Show in Ypsilanti. One would think that a site that features … Continue reading

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