Edsel Ford 1934 Model 40 Special Speedster

Nearly eight decades after Edsel Ford, son of company founder has made a 1934 Model 40 Speedster, a sports car history makes a comeback at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in Monterey, California. 1934 Model 40 Special Speedster built, which serves as Edsel Ford’s personal roadster has changed many hands after his death in 1943 until the last owner, a Texas car collector, bought the car in 2008. After the sudden death of a collector in 2010, returned home Edsel Speedster, which is now operated as a historic site called the Edsel & Eleanor Ford House. You can read more about the historic Speedster in the blast hit below.

The Model 40 Special Speedster was only enjoyed by Edsel for a few short years before his death in 1943, but its journey was just beginning,” said Ford House President Kathleen Mullins. “Ford House is proud to give life to Edsel’s original vision for a unique, continental roadster.”
The Model 40 Special Speedster has moved through almost eight decades of owners and modifications and has returned to its early design elegance. After Pebble Beach, its journey will continue, ultimately returning home . to Ford House.

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