1958 Edsel Ranger-runs well, solid!
1958 Edsel Ranger
|Item location:||Wakefield, Nebraska, United States|
Description for Edsel Ranger 1958
1958 Edsel Ranger car, I purchased this from an estate along with another vehicle. The Edsel does not hold my interest unfortunately. The car is equipped with a 400 V8 engine, and automatic push button transmission. The car runs and drives. It shifts well, I wasn't sure what to think of a push button transmission but it works! Car was in storage and last licensed in 2006. I changed plugs, wires, clean gas etc. Now just pump the gas a little bit and turn the key its going. I can tell it was repainted at some point. Not a perfect job but good driver quality. Chrome is all good. Glass is all ok, a few pits in the windshield. Doors, hood, and trunk close solid. In my opinion they painted a solid body. I don't see any bondo etc in it. Floor pans, and trunk are solid. Interior is stained and does show some mouse damage. I tried to get some close ups to show this better. Feel free to ask questions further. I don't know a lot about Edsels. The radio works, odometer works, turn signals work, wipers don't engage. Might be a fuse I have not checked yet. Car is 12 volt. Original floor mats with wear and some cracking. One tire keeps going low, i would suggest all new tires. Can store the car for awhile and will assist with loading. Title would be mailed priority. Look at my feedback, I try to explain both the positive and negative of anything I sell. Rather have you pleasantly surprised on your end than upset that I didn't explain something well enough. Feel free to message me for my number and we can talk on the phone as well. Thanks for looking. Car is located near Wakefield Nebr 68784.
On Jan-02-17 at 10:51:30 PST, seller added the following information:
1-2-17 Thank you for the questions, I posted a photo of the vin tag. Also the steering wheel has a piece of the hard plastic broke on the under side. The piece is here for it. Someone also asked about the trophies. They go with the car, they were from past car shows it was entered in. Its part of the vehicle history.