Edsel

Survivor Wagon: 1959 Edsel Villager

The seller of this 1959 Edsel Villager says this car speaks for itself and is all original. Assuming that extends to the photos of it, I’d say this Edsel looks like it’s lived a pretty easy life. This wagon… more»

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Rare But Major Project: 1958 Edsel Citation Convertible

The owner says, “The vehicle needs work!” Gee, ya’ think? It’s going to need some parts thrown in with that work too. But, there is something here to consider, this is a rare car, one of only 930 produced… more»

Easy Project: 1958 Edsel Corsair

It seems that time heals all wounds. If we review the entire history of American automobile manufacturing, the title of “The King of Failures” would almost certainly fall to the Edsel. This was a venture that tore up millions… more»

EXCLUSIVE: Five Barn Find Edsels!

Reader Jim G has been tasked with finding new homes for five Edsel barn finds. The seller inherited the cars and asked Jim to help get them moved along. They range in years from 1958 to 1960 and in… more»

One Year Only: 1958 Edsel Citation Hardtop

Timing is everything, and it’s everything that Edsel simply didn’t have. The Edsel range was introduced to the motoring public amidst huge fanfare, and its first-year offerings were nothing if not interesting. One of those initial offerings was the… more»

1 of 777: 1960 Edsel Ranger

Ford’s $250,000,000 Edsel experiment seems like a relative bargain given how much PR, both good and bad, the company has gotten out of these cars since the 1960 model year when they went bye-bye. This final year car, a… more»

Parked in 1992: 1958 Edsel Ranger 2-Door Hardtop

When the Ford Motor Company became a publicly listed company with the first sale of shares on the 18th of January 1956, many small investors jumped on board for what they believed was going to be a journey into… more»

Kozy Traveler Kar Kamper! 1959 Edsel Ranger

We have seen quite a few car-camper-combos here at Barn Finds in the last few years but I’m trying to think of another one like this 1959 Edsel Ranger with a Kozy Traveler Kar Kamper on the back of… more»

Clean Project: 1959 Edsel Ranger

After an extensive amount of work, this sharp looking Edsel Ranger is looking for a new home. Still in need of some minor work, this Ranger seems like a fair deal for the current bid price of $3,600. Check… more»

Rare Corsair: 1959 Edsel Corsair

This 1959 Edsel Corsair runs and drives, and it appears that it could be driven as it stands. The new owner will probably want to undertake a restoration, but the car can be driven while the work is undertaken…. more»

LS Swapped Sleeper: 1959 Edsel Villager

Here is a unique opportunity for the wagon fans and Edsel fans. Discovered after many years parked, this Edsel Villager has been a big project for the current owner. From installing new floors, to installing a Chevrolet 5.3 “LS”… more»

Complete With Parts Car: 1959 Edsel Villager

This 1959 Edsel Villager has been hiding away in a barn for the last 40 years. It has been brought out into the sunshine again, brought back to life and is now ready to move on to a new… more»

Big Project: 1958 Edsel Pacer

It is said that time heals all wounds, and that has certainly been the case with the Edsel. A dismal sales disaster when released, it has come to develop a cult following. It has been transformed from a car… more»

75,000 Miles: 1960 Edsel Ranger

When the Edsel was being developed it was a car that promised so much. The fact that it failed and in the process saw Ford tear up $250 million was something that the company never forgot. Our feature vehicle… more»

What The? 2008 Edsel 50th Anniversary Tribute

Although Edsel’s were arguably one of the biggest design flops in automotive history, they have recently picked up steam as desirable collector cars. Named after Henry Ford’s son, Edsel B. Ford, less than 120,000 were produced during their three… more»

Where’s The Grille? 1959 Edsel Ranger

What a great looking car this 1959 Edsel Ranger is. Whether that’s because the seller doesn’t show the famous/infamous center of the grille in any of the photos or not depends on how a person feels about that famous… more»