Pacer Sedan Register

143 registered cars and counting
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#449

Build Date: 1 Feb, 1970
Original colours: Hot Mustard/Black
Current colours: Hot Mustard/Black
Original Drivetrain: 245/ 3 Speed
Current Drivetrain: 245/ 3 Speed
Options: nil
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Scott Fellows, Burine Tasmania
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Listed: 21 Jan, 2015

Pacer was originally sold by Harden & Johnson Ltd in Sydney, I don't have any other history on the car.

It was purchased on the 3/5/14 and had been sitting in a paddock for nearly 10 years. It took me a week to get it roadworthy and re-licenced and is now my Daily Drive, but soon to be fully restored.

As from the pics, I have been having some fun with it!

 

#497

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1969
Original colours: Tanfastic/ Red interior
Current colours: Tanfastic/ Red interior
Original Drivetrain: 245 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: 245/ 3 Speed
Options: nil
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Rod ,NSW
Listed: 12 May, 2015

I owned this Pacer for a couple of years in the early 2000's and sold it in late 2004/early 2005 (still have the last rego papers). NSW rego was ZGW 655.
It was stock standard ,I dont think it had any options and was a hockey stick stripe car. I Sold it to a well known Victorian collector and as far as I know he still has it in his car museum.

 

#605

Build Date: 1 May, 1970
Original colours: Little Hood Riding Red (RA) / X1 Black trim
Current colours: Charcoal / X1 Black trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Cerin Gillespie, South Island, NZ
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Listed: 17 Dec, 2007

I have owned this car since May this year the owner before me had painted it thar she blue about 10 years ago but was mostly primer when I got so I thought I would paint it charcoal to be different will probably restore back to red one day.

 

#672

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1970
Current colours: Cosmic Blue / Black
Current Drivetrain: 265 3 speed auto
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Anthony NSW
Listed: 23 Mar, 2017

My friend saved this VG from a paddock. Unfortunately it has no compliance plate. The car is in storage currently.

 

#685

Build Date: 1 May, 1970
Original colours: Hot Mustard (YC) / N2 Neutral trim
Current colours: Hot Mustard (YC) / N2 Neutral trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: 265 / 3 speed
Authenticated: Yes
Listed: 11 May, 2008

Found on eBay Mar 08

 

#707

Build Date: 1 May, 1970
Original colours: Thar she blue (BG) / X6 Black trim
Current colours: Thar she blue (BG) / X6 Black trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Rhonda Williams, Gippsland, Victoria
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Listed: 15 Oct, 2007

My husband purchased this car for me as a Valentines present in 2005 from a great guy named Nick, as far as I know I'am the 3rd owner.

 

#737

Build Date: 1 May, 1970
Original colours: Hot Mustard (YC)
Current colours: Hot Mustard (YC)
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Options: T14 A88
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Eddy, NSW
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Listed: 25 Feb, 2009

Original mustard pacer bought off ebay, has rust in all the usual places, but complete with all important parts bar front and rear seats

 

#747

Build Date: 1 May, 1970
Original colours: Hemi Orange (RF) / Black trim
Current colours: Hemi Orange (RF) / Black trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Michael Monaghan,Victoria
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Listed: 6 Jul, 2006

just completed a 4 year resto on the car ,has original trim and carpet,body work done by Vintage and Custom panels in Bendigo,

 
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