Gateway classic cars is proud to offer a very unique 1960 Edsel Ranger. Produced for only 3 years, this is the last production year for the Ranger. The Ranger was built on the narrower Edsel platform shared with the pacer. The 1960 model eliminated the infamous vertical Edsel grill and replaced with a more attractive hourglass shaped grill. This particular example is a wonderful example of a low production vehicle. Just 777 2 door sedan Rangers were made in 1960. This Ranger has been beautifully restored and is ready to hit the road again, preserving american automotive history. This car has a fresh coat of lilac metallic paint which will certainly help you stand out in a crowd. All of the chrome trim has been replated to the tune of a $5,000 plating bill. It really helps the car pop and will remain a gleaming piece of rolling art for many years to come. This Ranger has the 223 cid "mileage maker" inline 6 cylinder. The i6 runs smooth and the 3 speed manual transmission shifts beautifully on the column. Open the door of this beauty and you'll find an all new interior featuring very unique seat upholstery you'll only find in an Edsel. The front bench provides plenty of room for three across as well as three more in the back seats. There were no mini vans in 1960, but with sedans as spacious as this Ranger, they weren't needed. Interior comforts were limited to a heater and an am radio. For some fresh air in the summer time, just flip open the vent windows for plenty of airflow. One neat feature on this particular car are the dual spotlights with built in rear view mirrors. Grab a hold and point the light at something in the road, or anything that might need illumination. This is a rare vehicle which many people may not know much about. What a great opportunity to preserve history, and enjoy a very attractive vehicle like none other. There and Edsel clubs and websites to assist with preserving a car like this. To see this 1960 Edsel Ranger in greater detail, visit . For more information call or email .