1954 Edwards America Convertible

1954 Edwards America Convertible

Built on Oldsmobile running gear by engineer Norman Timbs, the Edwards America was envisioned by Sterling Edwards as an American alternative to Italian sports cars like the Cisitalia and Ferrari. It borrowed much of its design from the egg-crate Ferraris designed by Vignale but was slightly larger in every dimension. It beat the Ford Thunderbird by several years, but only very few cars were made, as little as five or six, and they were all custom made for their first owner.

1954 Edwards America Convertible

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