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#800

Build Date: 20 Aug, 1971
Original colours: Black / Blonde Olive
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / Auto
Current Drivetrain: 265 / Auto
Options: A95
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Scott Chamberlain, Mandurah, Perth
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Listed: 2 Feb, 2003

One of the very rare automatic vh pacers! Original paint and pacer decals. Recently sold to current owner. Currently in the process of getting it licensed, and fitting a barry grant demon carb with a mild cam.

 

#821

Build Date: 23 Aug, 1971
Original colours: Tan / Hot Mustard
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / Auto
Current Drivetrain: 265 / Auto
Options: A95 B51
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Gary Stokes, SA
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Listed: 9 Jul, 2003

Factory automatic pacer in the hands of the 2nd owner. Ordered with the above colours, and with the automatic as the purchaser was in his early 50\'s at the time. Had a dealer fitted black vinyl roof that is no longer on the car. Current owner has had vehicle since 1997, purchased near Victor Harbour.

 

#834

Build Date: 25 Aug, 1971
Original colours: Black / Hot Mustard with Vinyl Roof
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: Non-original 265 / 3 spd
Options: V10, A95
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Jeremy Sullivan Parkes NSW
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Listed: 7 Dec, 2006

A very unusual car that came with a factory fitted black vinyl roof (option V10 trim code VX) and as far as I can tell it was stripe delete as I can find no evidence of striping anywhere. This car was recently recovered from rural SA, the previous owner was unaware of its significance untill it was pointed out to him. The body shell is in relatively good condition, however most of the trim is missing.

Updated Jan 2015, Currently residing in Parkes

 

#845

Build Date: 7 Sep, 1971
Original colours: Black / Vitamin C
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: Non-matching 265 / 4 spd
Options: A95
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Matt Brown, Sydney, NSW
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Listed: 5 Dec, 2002

Picked up for $700 in QLD. Has the pacer dash, all the trim, pacer 265, twin filler tank with charger flip caps on each side.

 

#859

Build Date: 1 Sep, 1971
Original colours: Tan / Hot Mustard
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: E48 spec / 4 spd
Options: A95 B51
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Jason Brew, QLD
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Listed: 12 Apr, 2003

The car is to be restored.

 

#861

Build Date: 3 Sep, 1971
Original colours: Hemi Orange / Tan
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: Motor from 799
Options: A65 A95 Z98
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Unknown, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650
Listed: 26 Dec, 2017

Listed on eBay in December 2017. Relatively complete but needing restoration.

 

#881

Build Date: 8 Sep, 1971
Original colours: Blonde Olive / Tan
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: 5 speed
Options: A95 Z98
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Howard Tiddy, Morrinsville, NZ
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Listed: 25 Jun, 2017

Was in storage for 16 years after the death of last owner who used it as a tow car.

 

#916

Build Date: 15 Sep, 1971
Original colours: Tan / Hemi Orange
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: 245 / 3 spd
Options: A65 A95 B51
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Keegan Rowe, Perth, WA
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Listed: 4 Nov, 2002

Purchased it Sept 2002 in unregistered condition, since Dec 02 it has been my daily driver. Planning to complete the paintwork this summer (late 03) and put in the original 265.

 
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