was the highest trim level of the Edsel wagons. The
wood panels were used on the premium station wagon
trims produced by Ford, Edsel, and Mercury. Available
as a 6 or 9 passenger model (I've heard them referred
to as the Protestant and Catholic models), the Bermuda
had just one engine option: the 361 cubic inch V8.
There were two transmission options: a 3 speed manual
and 3 speed automatic. The Teletouch automatic gear
selector was an option, with its highly unpopular
steering wheel hub placement. About 1,400 of the
6 passenger model were sold, with about half as 9
passenger models selling in its lone year of existence.
Those numbers, along with the fact that these station
wagons were usually driven by families who put a
lot of miles on them, should tell you that there
are very few of these cars left. You can find them
listed on eBay, if you keep your eye out for them.
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