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1958 Edsel Pacer
The Pacer is one of the two basic models from infamously failed Ford-spinoff Edsel. The other was the Ranger. They were both based off Ford models, while the Corsair and Citation were based off the higher-end Mercury models.
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The Pacer did have an upgraded trim package over the Ranger, so it was not the cheapest of the Edsels. Edsels were considered a step up in luxury compared to their Ford counterparts, although the two based on Mercurys were considered a step down in the family. The Pacer had a 118 inch wheelbase and was powered by a 410 cubic inch V8. It was sold as a convertible, 2 or 4 door hardtop, or 4 door sedan. There were two transmission options: 3 speed manual or 3 speed automatic. The gear selector was column mounted standard, but these cars could be purchased with the optional Teletouch gear selector, the rotary dial system built into the middle of the steering wheel where most people would expect a horn to be. Nearly 21,000 units were sold in the United States and Canada for a price ranging from $2,700 to $3,000. It was the best selling of the Edsels, but it was still discontinued after one year. I think Robert McNamara was somehow to blame. The Pacer, not to be confused with a much worse car made by AMC, can still be found in eBay listings today. They sell for anywhere from $3,000 to $20,000+, depending on condition.
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