We are the third owners and have had the car 31 years. We used the car as our daily driver for many years.It was built in San Jose on New Year's Eve 1957 and has always been in California.
Car was originally ember red and black, but we painted it about 25 years ago to a more red red. About 4 years ago we had the the red repainted again.
It has an original Edsel hood ornament.
Vintage Edsel shop manual will be included with the car.
All of these items were done and have LESS than 12000 miles on them:
The engine (361 V8 FE E400) and transmission (Cruise-O-Matic) were rebuiltRadiator was re-coredGas tank replacedBrakes worked on, shoes replace, drums turnedDid the front end suspension with a Kanter kitNew tiresRear bumper rechromedThe rear tail lights have reproduction coversTrunk springs repaired and trunk lid gasket was replaced
The car has an aftermarket floor shifter. The second owner got so frustrated with the Teletouch shift buttons and the solenoids not working, that he put in a floor shifter. We updated the shifter a few years ago. The mechanics for the push button shifter are still in the car, they are just disconnected.
The horse collar is in good shape. All of the trim and lettering is intact. As on most every Edsel I have seen, some of the chrome has pitting, such as the grills on the front and the name plate on the trunk.
The radio is AM/FM with a cassette and is not working. We have a new radio we were going to replace it with that we will include. We made the chrome face that is around it. We used the original gray Edsel radio knobs.
The headliner was replaced and is in good shape. The woven weather stripping inside the car was replaced with vinyl stripping.
The interior has the original seats in Ember Red and White. The interior red vinyl is faded, needs a good cleaning, we live in a very dusty area. There is a worn spot on the top edge of the drivers seat and a small tear on the back of the driver's seat. The vinyl on the inside of the doors where you grip to pull the door closed is damaged on both doors. We replaced the black carpet many years, but the carpet behind the driver is a bit torn up. The plastic around the base of the front driver's seat has a crack. The vinyl on the visors is cracked and flaked in some places.
No cracks in the glass, one of the back passenger windows does have a scratch.
No rust on the car except 2 small spots inside the trunk. One at the bottom of the spare tire compartment, next to the drain hole, and a small hole in the back corner of the interior of the trunk that has been there since we bought the car and it has never got bigger.
The heater core needs to be repaired. It's disconnected as it leaked. However the control motor and fan work fine. Its very hot where we live, so we never needed the heater.
It has always had an occasional oil drip, by the oil pan, no matter what we tried. Recently, we have seen a few drops of transmission fluid, probably just needs the gasket replaced. As we said, its very hot here and gaskets tend to dry out and need replaced more often than in other areas.
If you have any questions please contact us.

“Looks great and runs well, see description.”
Year: 1958 VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): W8RG705307
Mileage: 149489 Number of Cylinders: 8
Make: Edsel Transmission: Automatic
Model: Pacer Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Engine: 361 V8 FE E400 Vehicle Title: Clear
Drive Type: RWD Fuel Type: Gasoline
For Sale By: Private Seller Exterior Color: Red/Black
Drive Side: Left-hand drive Interior Color: Red/White/Black