Pacer Sedan Register

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#2136

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1969
Original colours: COSMIC BLUE
Current colours: COSMIC BLUE
Original Drivetrain: 225/ 3 Speed
Current Drivetrain: 225/ 3 Speed
Options: B41, D52
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Found on Carsales
Listed: 2 Dec, 2015

Found on CarSales for Sale for $12,000- Oct 2015

 

#2143

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1969
Original colours: Cosmic Blue / T1 Neutral trim
Current colours: Cosmic Blue / Black trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 4 speed
Options: B41
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Matthew Gepner Sydney, NSW
Email:
Listed: 26 Jun, 2007

3rd owner. Originaly purchased new in Brisbane from Austral Motors and then was taken to Mackay where it lived till 1995. 2nd owner brought it back to Brisbane where I purchased it a couple of months back. It has been fitted with the VH stickers at some point and resprayed.

 

#2143

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1969
Original colours: Cosmic Blue / T1 a
Authenticated: No
Listed: 26 Jun, 2007
 

#2159

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1969
Original colours: Cosmic Blue (BD) / X1 Black trim
Current colours: Cosmic Blue (BD) / X1 Black trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Options: B41
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Craig Sydney
Listed: 4 Jan, 2009

Was bought recently from Brisbane where it had never been out of rego,got it off the second owner who had it for 2 years.totally original but needs a resto at some stage soon as paint no good.will be on the road shortly.

 

#2182

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1969
Original colours: Red / Unknown
Current colours: Red / Unknown
Original Drivetrain: 225 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: None
Options: Unknown
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Jeremy Sullivan
Email:
Listed: 26 Dec, 2017

Pulled out of the Charger farm in 2017 been sitting for 15 years in the one spot. Had boosted brakes. Very little rust for its age.

 

#2298

Build Date: 1 Oct, 1969
Original colours: BONDI BLEACH WHITE
Current colours: rust
Original Drivetrain: 225/ 3 Speed
Current Drivetrain: None
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Anthony Heafield
Email:
Listed: 26 May, 2015

Car l believe is past restoration but if someone wants they can have it

 

#2379

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1969
Original colours: Alpine White (WA) / Black trim
Current colours: Alpine White (WA) / Black trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed / 3.23
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed / 3.23
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Vance Iveson Perth WA
Email:
Listed: 16 May, 2007

Purchased from Muscle Car Museum QLD
Jan 2006 now in Perth WA.
For Sale on EBay Item # 170103898520
April 2007. Very Original (Part Restored). Excellent example of VF Pacer. See EBay AD for pictures and description. Hopefully Enthusiast will purchase and take car to next level. All Original Equipment there and working good!!

 

#2422

Build Date: 1 Mar, 1969
Original colours: Alpine White (WA) / X1 Black trim
Current colours: Alpine White (WA) / X1 Black trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Options: B41 Disc brakes, D52 suregrip 2:92 diff
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Previous owner Stephen Gay of Victoria
Email:
Listed: 12 Jan, 2007

Originally bought from Chrysler dealership in Doncaster Victoria. Then eventually owned by my friend Rebecca (Queensland) who sold it to me (Stephen Gay of Victoria) and then I sold it onto another Pacer enthusiast in melbourne around 2003. Car is currently undergoing restoration (lots of rust). Saw many owners over the years. Engine rebuilt by Hoppers Stoppers in Victoria. Car required full resto when I passed it onto its next owner

 
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