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1958 Edsel Citation convertible
The Citation was the highest trim level available from the Edsel brand, a division of Ford. It was sold for just the 1958 model year as a 2 door convertible, 2 door hardtop, and 4 door hardtop.
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The Citation had the longer 124 inch wheelbase, which it shared with other models from Mercury, which was one of Ford's upscale divisions at the time (from lowest to highest the lineage was Ford -> Edsel -> Mercury -> Lincoln). It came with a 3 speed automatic transmission and a 410 cubic inch V8 making 345 horsepower. It also came standard with the Teletouch automatic gear selector, which was located in the middle hub on the steering wheel, and was not well-received by car buyers. Total production in North America was 8,577, with just 930 of them being the convertible body type. These convertibles remain the Edsel most coveted by car collectors. You might be able to find one or two of these listed on eBay on occasion, but only if you're keeping an eye out for it. I've also seen some very hard to find parts for these cars on eBay, which is a whole lot more convenient than search through piles of scrap metal at a live collectors car swap meet.
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