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For a car that was only produced in three model years, the Edsel convertible top looms large in the American consciousness. The Edsel soft top and hard top models proved to be a financial disaster for the Ford Motor Company, which ceased production of the Edsel line in 1960.
Only about 84,000 Edsel models were ever sold, and only a fraction of those Edsels were convertibles. A replacement Edsel convertible top can be a valuable addition to this classic car. Although originally symptomatic of Ford's failures, the Edsel cabrio has seen a resurgence as its rarity helps boost its value beyond its original status as a flop.
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