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UNKNOWN

#92

Build Date: 1 Jun, 1971
Original colours: Hemi Orange / Tan
Current colours: Unknown
Original Drivetrain: 3 Speed
Current Drivetrain: Unknown
Options: A65, A95
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Unknown
Listed: 22 Jun, 2017

Photographed in 1986, unknown location
Registered: (NSW) JFB-936

 

#100

Build Date: 1 Jun, 1971
Original colours: Hot Mustard / Tan
Current colours: Red / Red & Black
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: 265 / 4 speed
Options: A95 B51 A85
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Adrian Salmon, Greensborough, Victoria
Email:
Listed: 27 Feb, 2017

Central country NSW car, purchased out of Mudgee. Now in Victoria. Very complete, straight and minimal rust.

 

#102

Build Date: 7 Jun, 1971
Original colours: Tan / Hot Mustard
Current colours: Tan / Orange
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: Non-matching 265 / 3 spd
Options: A65 A95 B51
Authenticated: No
Owner details: L Maguire, Birkdale, QLD
Email:
Listed: 1 Apr, 2003

This Pacer was originally fitted with a motor built by Harden & Johnston Ltd. 117-131 Flinders Street, Sydney and the number on the ID plate fitted to the car is VH7-S-H&J-S001. It is currently fitted with a later motor. I don't know what happened to the original motor. I bought it of a person who was the 2nd owner and had owned it since 1972.

 

#107

Build Date: 4 May, 1971
Original colours: Tan / Hot Mustard
Current colours: Tan / Red
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: 245 / 3 spd
Options: A65 A95 B51
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Mark , Perth
Email:
Listed: 26 Jan, 2003

Currently has a 245, original good interior, original rust, has been resprayed at some point, a work in progress, my everyday driver. Toying with the idea of reboring her to a 265 or maybe just maybe dropping a big bore V8. I think she has been cannibilised at some point- if anybody might happen to a know where my Pacer 265 engine is (Eng No. 00194), please let me know.

 

#141

Build Date: 11 Jun, 1971
Original colours: Tan / Hemi Orange
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3spd
Current Drivetrain: 265 / 3spd
Options: A95
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Hamish Shallard, Auckland NZ
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Listed: 20 May, 2004

Forth owner with 80,000 original miles.Currently in the middle of a restoration. All Original and hardly any rust.

 

#143

Build Date: 8 Jun, 1971
Original colours: Hot Mustard / Tan
Current colours: Unknown
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Unknown
Options: A65 A95 Z98
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Engine owned by Dave Cooper
Listed: 29 Jun, 2018

Engine number D343B00243 posted up on Facebook as being found. Belongs to #143 but car situation is unknown.

 

#144

Build Date: 8 Jun, 1971
Original colours: Tan / Hot Mustard
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: 265 (E37 spec) / 3 spd
Options: A95
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Simon Scott, Canterbury, New Zealand
Email:
Listed: 28 Apr, 2003

I plan to restore it slowly due to limited budget, and keep it. Not a bad first car eh!

 

#145

Build Date: 8 Jun, 1971
Original colours: Blonde Olive / Tan
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: Non original 265 / 3 spd
Options: A65 A95
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Jeff Pike, WA
Listed: 25 Dec, 2017

Purchased circa August 2017. Vehicle still has it's original tan interior and body painted blonde olive with bonnet blackouts/stripes.

My current intentions are to get the vehicle to a roadworthy condition and enjoy cruising in it. I will be on the search for the original engine but “needle in the haystack“ scenario I think. When finances allow I would like to start a full restoration but until then will just try to preserve a piece of CAL history.

 
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