Edwards Engineering Company
The Edwards Engineering Company was an American automobile manufacturer in the 1950s.
Founder was Sterling H. Edwards .By 1950, Edwards had won the first prize in the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance with a single piece called the R-26 Special Sport Roadster .
In 1954, a prototype of the five-seater convertible was first built. The heavy and luxurious car was equipped with a V8 engine from Oldsmobile . The wheelbase was 2718 mm and the fiberglass body was 4547 mm long. Then you built the production model with a top -mounted V8 engine from Lincoln . The 5195 cc 205 bhp (151 kW) at 4200 min . The price was at US $ 4995, -. Only two copies were sold.
In 1955 came out a revised model that powered a V8 engine from Cadillac . From 5426 cc it pulled 250 bhp (184 kW) at 4600 min . The price had risen to US $ 7800, - and in this last year of production, three cars were sold. In total only six vehicles were sold. 3 car had the 331.1 cubic inch Cadillac V8, two cars had a 317.5 cubic inch Lincoln V8, and one with a 303 from Oldsmobile .