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1959 Edsel Villager station wagon
The Villager was sold by Ford - through its Edsel division, for the 1958, 1959, and 1960 model years. Along with the Roundup, it was the base trim station wagon. The premium wagon sold by Edsel was the Bermuda.
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All of the station wagons sold by the Ford brands at this time used the 116 inch wheelbase and the same core body stampings. Unlike the Roundup, the Villager was a 4 door wagon that was available as a 6 or 9 passenger vehicle. It had a 361 cubic inch V8 engine and either a 3 speed manual or 3 speed automatic transmission. In 1958 it was available with the much-maligned Teletouch automatic gear selector. It also had the recognizable Edsel front grill, which differentiated this car from similar station wagons offered by Ford. The Villager was the highest selling of the Edsel station wagon models, but in the right combination they can be very rare. For instance, the 1960 9 passenger model was about as rare as fresh air in New Jersey, with only 59 units sold. Obviously, that particular model is very valuable today. You can still find the other models for sale, although your best bet is keeping an eye out for them on eBay, where you can also find some very rare parts.
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