Two-Tone Blue with Red Stripes Limited Edition model car by Esval Models.
You will get this model car in a brand new box,together with plastic display showcase.
Dimensions approximately are: L-4.75, W-1.75, H-1.25 inches long. Other features of this item are: it is made of resin and does not have any openings, real rubber tires,
true-to-scale detail, it has detailed interior and exterior. This is officially licensed product and the manufacturer provides certificate of authentication.
The Edsel Corsair is an automobile that was produced and sold by Edsel in 1958 and 1959. For 1958, the Corsair was built on the longer, wider Edsel platform shared with Mercury. For 1959, the Corsair shared the shorter, narrower Ranger platform with Ford.
Deriving its name from Edsel Ford, son of company founder Henry Ford, Edsels were developed in an effort to give Ford a fourth brand to gain additional market share from Chrysler and General Motors.
Introduced in a recession that catastrophically affected sales of medium-priced cars, Edsels were considered overhyped, unattractive (distinguished by a vertical grille), and low quality.
Following a loss of over $250 million ($2.29 billion in 2021 dollars) on development, manufacturing, and marketing on the model line, Ford quietly discontinued the Edsel brand before 1960.