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1952 Hudson Hornet with mobile home.
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EDSEL

A dramatic new middle-market entry marked by utter failure in the marketplace
How many built: 110,847 between 1958 and 1960
Starting price: $3,500 for top-of-the-line Citation hardtop coupe

By the mid 1950s, Ford’s marketers believed the company was missing the chance to upgrade existing customers by having only one middle-market brand, Mercury. The fix, which fell to the Special Product Operations office under Edsel’s son, William Clay Ford, was aimed at filling an ill-defined and tiny niche just below Mercury.
Ford Motor Company’s ad agency pitched 18,000 possible names for the new marque. But in a show of respect for their late father’s struggles to bring style and modern technology to Henry Ford’s automobiles, the family-controlled company chose “Edsel.” The final design marked a distinct stylistic departure from past Fords, with scalloped coves in the rear fenders and a dramatic grille with an ovoid center section that quickly became known as a “horse collar.” Aside from styling elements, the push-button automatic transmission selector in the hub of the steering wheel, some rudimentary safety features and different engine displacements, the Edsel was easily identifiable as what it was: derivative of Fords and Mercurys. Consumers weren’t fooled, sales stalled and Edsel disappeared after three years.
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This Continental is beautiful... What a paint job.. Look at the reflection...gorgeous. The wheels keep it modern too...
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1966 Chevrolet Nova Wagon 327/350 HP
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DUO CHEVROLET WAGON 1958
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