Pacer Sedan Register

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#2514

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1969
Original colours: ALPINE WHITE/ BLACK
Current colours: ALPINE WHITE/ BLACK
Original Drivetrain: 225/ 3 Speed
Current Drivetrain: 225/ 3 Speed
Options: B41
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Carl Far North Queensland
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Listed: 19 Jun, 2015
 

#2571

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1969
Original colours: X1 Black / White
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: Slant 6 225 3 speed floor shift
Current Drivetrain: Original
Options: X41
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: David Dixon, Te Awamutu, Waikato, New Zealand
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Listed: 22 Jun, 2017

Purchased in Perth May 2017. Shipped to New Zealand.

 

#2593

Build Date: 1 Oct, 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
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Craig, Newcastle
Listed: 24 Jan, 2007

This was my father's car he bought brand new taking delivery in November 1969 From Deloraine Motors in Newcastle. With his passing in 2005, I inherited the car.

 

#2694

Build Date: 1 Oct, 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
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Brent Grumball, Gore - South Island of New Zealand
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Listed: 25 Jan, 2009

Owned for roughly 9 years, currently undergoing full restoration. First photo is prior to restoration.

 

#2998

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1970
Original colours: Cosmic Blue / T1 Neutral (Tan) trim
Current colours: Cosmic Blue / T1 Neutral (Tan) trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 Spd Man
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 Spd Man
Options: B41
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Eddy265, Vic
Listed: 11 Jun, 2006

This car was bought from a collector. It apparently was the last Pacer sold as the new model was coming out in May '70. Sold on 16/04/1970.
It's front bucket seats are the frame type of a VG, but with the VF pattern. It appears to have no heater from the factory, but comes with optional front disc brakes. In the queue for a full restoration.

 

#3020

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1970
Original colours: New Toledo Red / X1 Black trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Options: B41
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Mike Fawcett Darwin NT
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Listed: 28 Jun, 2006

I own this car (or what remains of it!!!). Bought the car a couple of years ago for 2 cartons of VB (I may have paid too much ....). It was totally beyond saving, completely rusted out and nearly all of the Pacer bits missing, had a VE engine in it and a Speco shifter fitted. Seats and dash also missing. I cut it up as you can see and salvaged what I could.

 

#3049

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1970
Original colours: YA / X1 Black trim
Current colours: White / X1 Black trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Options: B41
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Chris, Queensland
Listed: 18 Nov, 2006

For sale on eBay November '06

 

#3064

Build Date: 1 Dec, 1969
Original colours: Cosmic Blue (BD) / T1 Tan trim
Current colours: Cosmic Blue (BD) / T1 Tan trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Options: B41
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Neville, Albury N.S.W
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Listed: 4 Mar, 2008

I bought the car new from Courtesy Motors, Wollongong in April 1970.The car was used as the bridal car at my wedding a year later.The car is currently undergoing restoration after many years of being our only family car, carrying 2 adults and 5 children, for most of it's early life.

 
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