Kirk Swiatek shows off his unrestored 1958 Edsel Villager wagon. 1958 was the first year for the wagon and Kirk highlights some of the unique features found on the car, including the boomerang taillights, horse collar grille and Teletouch pushbutton transmission.

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Produced by: Prestige MotorCar Photography,
Music Provided by Lil Red and "The Howlin' Wolves"


    • Bill Bright
      Bill Bright

      It takes a villager.

      Those taillights kinda keep you guessing which way that thing is going to turn.

      about 3 months ago
    • Here_We_Go_Again2

      Those taillights were a safety hazard.
      The jury is still out on the "horse-collar" grill.
      (It was toned-down for 1959)

      about 4 months ago
    • kcarosielli

      I just got an Edsel wagon like yours

      about 4 months ago
    • kcarosielli

      That is awesome and I love 50s cars and 50s music and I am only 11 years old

      about 4 months ago
    • Y4123
      Y4123 In reply to kcarosielli

      I was 11 when I fell in love with the Edsel lol

      about 4 months ago

      all original ? not really....

      about 4 months ago
    • anna etters
      anna etters

      How wonderful! Do you still own it? I would die, if I saw this in my lane!

      about 7 months ago
    • Smug Smugly
      Smug Smugly

      For a car that is over 100 years old it runs pretty good.

      about 7 months ago
    • Austin Weber
      Austin Weber In reply to Smug Smugly

      that doesnt make any sense the car isnt that old lol. my bicycle is from 1942 and it's only 77 years old

      about 2 months ago
    • Rotciv A secas
      Rotciv A secas

      Wich was the incompatibility problems in its motor?. That supplies cannot fixed

      about 9 months ago
    • Jasper Jones
      Jasper Jones

      what's an Edsel Villager worth nowadays?

      about 1 year ago
    • vern wallen
      vern wallen In reply to Jasper Jones

      Like with any vehicle. It all depends on the condition.

      about 1 year ago
    • Maxundmoritz Hautala
      Maxundmoritz Hautala

      Dodge had a push button PRNDL later.

      about 2 years ago
    • 2right4words

      it's a shame, that it wasn't Snow White and Rose Red

      about 2 years ago
    • guardian08527

      I have a 58 Pacer sedan, and looking at the front of the car, I feel like the headlamp surrounds would look better if they were chromed.  57 Chevy's had chrome headlamp rings  as does mine, and I think the white paint on this cars headlamp surrounds works a  lot better than having them the same color as the body, Red (or blue as the case with my car).  I like the 58 design, but I always felt the front of the car was kinda sparse on the trim, even with the horse collar grill which stands out.  Just having white on the headlamp surrounds adds a little bit more flare to the car's original design.  I don't like resto modes too much, but I will let some things slide.

      Nice car!

      about 4 years ago
    • Randy P
      Randy P

      Yes, Donna Reed drove a 1958 Edsel Bermuda, which was top of the line wagon for Edsel.

      I'm curious why the headlight surrounds don't match the rest of the body.  They are supposed to!  Nice looking Villager, though!

      about 4 years ago

      Hermoso video de una rarísima Edsel Villager Wagon ¡ sin fuera por estos videos, desde Argentina sería imposible admirar los hermosos Edsel de fines de los ´50 ¡ gracias !

      about 5 years ago
    • Scott Ferrell
      Scott Ferrell

      Donna Reed drove on on the first year of her show. 

      about 5 years ago
    • castirondude

      love it. I have a 59 wagon. I do like the 58 compass style speedometer , I can't believe they went back to the regular needle style in 59

      about 5 years ago
    • lazrab1

      You sure thats original paint? I have never seen the headlight bezel painted the secondary color like that before. Usually its the primary

      about 5 years ago
    • inkey2
      inkey2 In reply to lazrab1

      hey Laz......Thats the first thing I thought of too. The bezels a different color

      about 5 years ago
    • 67marlins

      When you get it painted, don't forget to correct the headlight surrounds.

      about 5 years ago
    • SpookyMietz

      I love the Edsel! 

      about 5 years ago
    • Jason Carpp
      Jason Carpp

      Sweet looking car. I've always liked the 1958 and 59 Edsel. I particularly like cars that are original, unrestored, unmolested, well maintained.

      about 5 years ago
    • timmycanofFlorida Jax
      timmycanofFlorida Jax

      I think the Edsel Series Cars were spectacular , if not a bit ahead of their time. From the older lines of Ford Automobiles, The Edsels were my favories. . I have an uncle who buried an 1959 Villager Wagon probably 20 years ago.. What an idiot he was. I wanted that car so bad. .

      My hat is off to Edsel lovers. and those that keep em on the roads !!

      about 5 years ago
    • Spencer 7149
      Spencer 7149

      any recommendations on reworking the TeleTouch? I want mine to work again. i have a floor shifter.

      about 5 years ago
    • Blaine Nay
      Blaine Nay

      My dad had a '58 Edsel Bermuda station wagon. Salmon pink with fake wood side panels. The floating speedometer and the steering-wheel shift buttons had quit working by the time I started learning to drive it in about '63. Dad installed a floor shifter. We just guessed at the speed. Thanks for the memories.

      about 6 years ago
    • senorkaboom

      All original? I see a fairly modern power brake booster with a dual master cylinder. Do not think that is original.

      about 6 years ago
    • MisfitMowers Sct
      MisfitMowers Sct

      how does it do on gas?

      about 6 years ago
    • Finsandchrome100

      From 94 to 09 I had a Ranger sedan in the UK, and like he said, it had been converted to floor shift. Great driving car though.

      about 6 years ago
    • Sego fla
      Sego fla

      great car brings back memories. my dad bought a new bermuda 9 passenger in sept 57. it was a head turner even back then. keep the teletouch shaft cleaned and lubed and the shift motor shielded from heat and it will serve you well. good luck and have fun with it!

      about 7 years ago
    • Jeff Chandler
      Jeff Chandler

      You have a very rare Edsel wagon there ,and I can appreciate you keeping it completely bone stock.

      about 7 years ago