An Edsel isn’t something you’d see every day, which is what makes this 1958 Edsel Pacer 4DR Hardtop all the more special. Originally a mid-priced vehicle sold by the now-defunct division of Ford, today, it has become a prized collector's item thanks to its rarity. This 1958 Edsel Pacer 4DR Hardtop from California has been lovingly brought into the modern age, and restored with a few choice additions that improve usability. The owner has also retained the original specimens of the upgraded parts.
The Fifties saw a significant boom in the automotive scene in America. The War had ended and demand for goods was on the rise. Customer's tastes were being understood. What was required by the masses was an all American car that boasted luxury and excess on all fronts. With Ford and General Motors fighting for market share, some differentiation was in order. This led to the birth of the Edsel motor company. Built by Ford and marketed as Edsel, named after Henry Ford's son, owning an Edsel was typical Fifties fashion. Don’t believe us? Take a look at this lovely 1958 Edsel Pacer Convertible we have today for instance, and buy it on a heartbeat if it resonates with you.