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1960 Edsel Ranger convertible
The Ranger was one of two Edsel models based off the Ford platform. The other was the Pacer. It was sold from 1958 until 1960. It could be bought as a 2 door convertible, coupe, or hardtop; or as a 4 door hardtop or sedan.
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There were two engine options available for the Ranger: the 292 cubic inch V8 and a 361 cubic inch V8. Transmission was available as a 3 speed manual or a 3 speed automatic. The car had a 188 inch wheelbase in 1958 and a 120 inch wheelbase in 1959 and 1960. As it was a base model Edsel, the car was sold with base trim. Two tone paint was an option. A Ranger door trim not available on the more upscale Pacer was available from dealerships in 1958. This was a very rare option, highly sought-after today. By 1960, the Ranger was the only Edsel car model sold at Ford dealerships. Like with 1958 and 1959 Rangers, very few were sold. The 1960 Edsel Ranger convertible is the rarest of all Edsels with just 76 sold, and is VERY popular on the collectible car market. BEWARE of counterfeits of this model. A 1960 Ford Sunliner can rather easily be converted to an Edsel Ranger convertible. If you are interested in buying a '60 Ranger convertible, be sure to check the VIN to make sure it matches with November 1959 production numbers from Edsel.
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