Edsel, “Once you've seen it, you'll never forget it. Once you've owned it, you'll never want to change." Edsel had its origins nearly 10 years before its release.
As early as 1948, the Ford Motor Company was researching the production of a medium priced car. Ford’s goal was to retain Ford customers by offering them the option
of trading-up incrementally from the Ford line all the way up to the Lincoln line.
We have not forgotten Edsel, and our 1958-60 Edsel microsite lists 2,175 parts including floor pans & patch panels, Edsel convertible parts, Edsel carpets, and vintage Edsel electrical & wiring. MAC’s also stocks a variety of Edsel books, Edsel manuals, and Edsel literature for your classic.
Our MAC’s Edsel parts site lists classic Edsel engine parts for your 223 cubic inch 6 cylinder engine or your 292, 332, 352, 361, and 410 cubic inch V8 engine, as well as Edsel brake parts, Edsel suspension parts, and Edsel exhaust parts. Let us help you with your restoration of this short-lived classic of American motoring with superior parts for Edsel.