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Edsel Roundup station wagon
The Roundup was base trim station wagon made by Edsel, a division of Ford Motor Company. It was only made for the 1958 model year. It shared the same 118 inch wheelbase used on other Edsel and Ford station wagons from that period.
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The only engine option for this model was the 361 cubic inch V8. It came with either a 3 speed manual or 3 speed automatic transmission. The automatic could be purchased with the Teletouch gear selector, which was located in the center hub of the steering wheel. The only body type for this model was 2-door, with up the 6 passengers in the front and rear bench seats. One problem with this station wagon was the rear taillights. They had a unique shape, which from a distance made the left light appear to be an arrow pointing right, and vice versa. Only 963 of these vehicles were sold during its one year of production, making them rare at the time, and very rare now. You might be able to find one listed on eBay, but you're unlikely to see one listed in your local classifieds.
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