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You get the point. This is a guy who is clearly incompetent and just decided to run for Premier out of the Xucking after bailing on the Forr mayor race. It's like a game to him,just like when he switched up with Rob Ford in the Mayor race. This is a guy who cares about the well being of the province? Henry Ford II declared that he did not want his father's good name spinning around on thousands of hubcaps. Ford also ran internal studies to decide on a name, and even dispatched employees to stand outside movie theaters to poll audiences as to what their feelings were on several ideas. They reached no conclusions. When the agency issued its report, citing over 6, possibilities, Ford's Ernest Breech commented that they had been hired to develop one name, not 6, Early favorites for the name brand included Citation, Corsair, Pacer, and Ranger, which were ultimately chosen for the vehicle's series names.
David Wallacemanager of marketing research, and coworker Bob Young unofficially invited freethinker poet Marianne Moore for input and suggestions. Moore's unorthodox contributions among them "Utopian Turtletop," "Pastelogram," "Turcotinga," "Resilient Bullet," "Andante con Moto" and "Mongoose Civique" were meant to stir creative thought and were not officially authorized or contractual in nature. Reliability[ edit ] Even though the Edsel shares its basic technology with other Ford cars of the era, a number of issues caused reliability problems, mostly with the models. Reports of mechanical flaws with the cars surfaced, due primarily to lack of quality control and confusion of parts with other Ford models.
Ford never dedicated a stand-alone factory solely to Edsel model production. The Edsels were assembled in both Mercury and Ford factories. The longer-wheelbase models, Citation and Corsair, were produced alongside the Mercury products, while the shorter-wheelbase models, Pacer and Ranger, were produced alongside Ford products. Workers assembling Fords and Mercurys often found the task of assembling the occasional Edsel that moved down the line burdensome, because it required them to change tools and parts bins, then switch back to resume assembling Fords or Mercurys after completing assembly on the Edsel. The workers were also expected to accommodate Edsel assembly with no adjustment in their hourly quota of Ford and Mercury production.
Consequently, the desired quality control of the different Edsel models proved difficult to achieve, even when the Fords and Mercurys were satisfactorily assembled on the same lines. Many Edsels actually left the assembly lines unfinished.
Uninstalled parts were placed in the trunks along with installation instructions for dealership mechanics, some of whom never installed the additional parts at all. Some dealers did not even receive all the parts. In its test car, Popular Mechanics tested for these problems and discovered others, notably a badly leaking trunk during rain, and the odometer showing fewer than actual miles traveled. Undoubtedly, the Edsel's most memorable design feature was its trademark " horsecollar " grille, which was quite distinct from other cars of the period. According to a popular joke at the time, the Edsel "resembled an Oldsmobile sucking a lemon",  while automotive critic Dan Neil cites the grille's vaginal appearance.
Many others compared the grille's shape to a toilet seat. Bonsall's book, Disaster in Dearbornit was assistant stylist Bob "Robin" Jones, who suggested a vertical motif for the front end of the "E-car". The Edsel's front-end ensemble as it eventually appeared bore little resemblance, if any, to the original concept. Roy Brownthe original chief designer on the Edsel project, had envisioned a slender, almost delicate opening in the center.
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Engineers, fearing engine cooling problems, vetoed the intended design, so a ring design was suggested. Ernest Breech then demanded the grill be taller and wider, which led to the now-infamous "horsecollar". The Teletouch pushbutton automatic transmission selector was an extremely complex feature. It proved problematic in part because the steering wheel hub, where the pushbuttons were located, was the traditional location of the horn button. Some drivers inadvertently shifted gears when they intended to sound the horn.
While the Edsel was fast, the location of the transmission pushbuttons was not conducive to street racing. There were also jokes among stoplight drag racers about the buttons: The control wires for Teletouch were also routed too close to the exhaust manifold, which often caused unpredictable movement of the selector mechanism and, in some cases, complete failure. The electrical design required drivers to shift from Park to Reverse to Neutral to Drive, in that order, to avoid overloading the Teletouch motor. The motor was also not powerful enough to bring the car out of Park while on a hill, so dealerships would instruct drivers to set the parking brake before pushing the Park button.
Complaints also surfaced about the taillights on model Edsel station wagons. The lenses were boomerang -shaped and placed in a reverse fashion.
At shcking distance, they appeared as arrows pointed in the opposite direction of the turn being made. When the left turn signal flashed, its arrow shape pointed right, and vice versa. However, there was little that could be done to give the Ford-based station wagons a unique appearance from the rear, because corporate management had insisted that no sheetmetal could be changed. Only the taillights and trim could be touched. There was room for separate turn signals in addition to the boomerangs, but the U. Mechanics of the time were wary of the cubic-inch Edsel "E" engine because its perfectly flat cylinder heads lacked distinct combustion chambers.
The heads were set at an angle, with "roof" pistons forming both a squish zone on one side and a combustion chamber on the other. Combustion thus took place entirely within the cylinder bore.