Ford’s Edsel brand debuted in 1957, but the cars shipped in terrible condition—doors wouldn’t close, ropes held bumpers in place, and shifting into reverse sometimes caused the trunk to fly open. A hideous “horse collar” grille didn’t help either. Ford lost $250 million on Edsel, and the brand went out with a whimper in 1959.
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