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Can you believe that this good looking ‘58 2-door Edsel Ranger in driving condition is for sale for only $6000?

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I do realize that the 1960 year models are not what people see in their heads when they hear the name Edsel.  Still, I think that the lines on these cars are lovely.  This 1960 Edsel Ranger 4-door is a great example.  I wonder if the Edsel would have fared any better in the long run if this had been the initial styling?

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How about this 1958 Edsel Citation?  Very nice, if you like rust.  The eBay ad is very honest, it says and I quote: “Here it is, a 1958 Edsel Citation 4-dr. hardtop stored for years in a damp garage and awaiting your handy touch….”

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1963 AMC Rambler American 440 Station Wagon.

Too good.

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I know, I know, this ‘59 Ford Ranch Wagon needs some help, but it has a major coolness vibe around it.  I mean, just check out those vintage bumper stickers!

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In 1966 those crazy kids at Mercedes Benz made a station wagon with tailfins!  This MB 230 Universal is the cat’s meow for sure!

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Saab Saturday starts with a  station wagon, of course!  This 1967 green Saab 95 is really beyond words.  And it comes with a V4.  A V4!

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This 1954 Ford wagon is outta’ sight!  Love those painted rims and poverty caps!

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This 1955 Ford Customline Country Sedan Station Wagon (Now that’s a mouthfull!) is spot on beautiful, isn’t it?  Not my favorite car color, but this wagon makes it work!

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I know that I’ve been on a station wagon kick as of late, but check out this well patina-ed 1965 Dodge 880 wagon.  And that completely rusted out/falling out rear quarter panel.  Pretty cool, pretty cool…but $16,500 worth of patina-cool?  I’m doubting that!