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curiousgeorge
    
What were the production years for the Ford Edsel?
Why didn't they last? I know a lot of people think they are ugly, but I like them.
posted: April 2, 2008
 
    
 
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teamford
    
1957-1959
posted:  April 2, 2008
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eazzysurfer
    
Here are the models and production years:

Bermuda: 1958 - Station Wagon
Citation: 1958
Corsair: 1958-59
Pacer: 1958
Ranger: 1958-60
Villager: 1958-60 - Station Wagon
Roundup: 1958 - Station Wagon

I'm with you man...I like em' too.
posted:  April 2, 2008
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19cvy57man
    
The major years of production for these cars 1957-58-59 with a very low model production in 1960. It was said that the first year (1957) Edsel looked like an Oldsmobile sucking on a lemon.
posted:  April 4, 2008
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ssieczka
    
There is no such thing as a 1957 Edsel, yes production for 1958 started in 57 but they are 1958 models. The Edsel was discontinued in Nov. 1959 after a brief 1960 model production run. So, the Edsel was produced in model year 1958, 1959 and 1960. The 58 is the model you are referring to and have the most unique appearance. 1959 & 1960 shared more and more parts with their Ford cousins and began to look more and more common to Fords. By the way, Edsels are called Edsels, not Ford Edsels any more than you would call a Mercury a Ford Mercury
posted:  June 6, 2008
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carsarj
    
sure seems to be a lot of experts out there ssieczka seems to know the facts i think one of the things for their failure was when they were introduced the US was in a deep recession i know was laid off of my job for 11 months
posted:  October 7, 2012
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