This 1960 Edsel Ranger is true rolling history and instant distinction. So when something this complete is also so obtainable, you know it's time to pay attention.
We all love a cool '50s classic with intricate bright work, and the Edsel seems to really do it best. Over half a century has passed, so what was once considered a misstep by Ford is now a rare sight with some very intricate styling. The new grille had an "hourglass" appearance. By this point, the 1960 model shared so many body panels and interior trim features with Ford, that the defining characteristics that distinguished Edsels from Fords were its taillights, grille, signal/parking lights and trim at the front of the sides of the fenders, and of course, name badges. The Edsel marque was discontinued at the end of November of 1959.
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