Pacer Sedan Register

142 registered cars and counting
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#1242

Build Date: 1 Jul, 1970
Original colours: Bondi Bleach
Current colours: Bondi Bleach
Original Drivetrain: 245/3 speed
Current Drivetrain: 245/3 speed
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Tony Emmel, Forestville Adelaide SA
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Listed: 28 May, 2019

Purchased in 1988. Not driven since 2005 and ready to be brought back to life. Unrestored matching numbers with books and original keys.

 

#1243

Build Date: 1 Jul, 1970
Original colours: Thar She Blue (BG) / N2 Tan trim
Current colours: Thar She Blue (BG) / N2 Tan trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 245
Options: T14 A88 D53
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Anthony South Australia
Listed: 4 Mar, 2008

Found in Victoria in great condition, has some drag racing history.

 

#1365

Build Date: 1 Jul, 1970
Original colours: Bondi Bleach White (WA) / X1 Black trim/Red carpet
Current colours: Bondi Bleach White (WA) / X1 Black trim/Red carpet
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Options: A88 T14
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Michael Dariz,N.S.W
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Listed: 14 Oct, 2007

Bought the car in 1999,car is totaly original,paint,trim,carpet,driveline,Itis rough but all there. Usual rust spots,very bad passenger rear 1/4.The car has spent the last 8 years covered up in the shed, will get around to restoring it one day

 

#1372

Build Date: 1 Jul, 1970
Original colours: Thar She Blue (BG)
Current colours: Thar She Blue (BG)
Original Drivetrain: 245 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: 245/ 3 Speed
Options: T14
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Jeremy Sullivan Parkes NSW
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Listed: 27 Jan, 2015

Under going full restoration in elmore vic

 

#1379

Build Date: 1 Jul, 1970
Original colours: Hot Mustard (YC) / N3 Neutral (Tan) trim
Current colours: Hot Mustard (YC) / N3 Neutral (Tan) trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Options: A88 T14
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Chris, Penrith NSW.
Listed: 24 Sep, 2006

Have the original logbook and owners manual for the car. Sold new to a miner in the Hunter Valley by Roy Harden, Cessnock Chrysler in August 1970. Brought the car on Ebay 2005. Non original 245 fitted (engine from a 1970 2 Barrel Auto). Currently using for club motorsport. Car has been repaired at some stage. Looks like it took a hit in the drivers side at some stage, judging by the different colour coming through in the door jams. Car is in reasonably sound condition. Recent chassis rail repair and lowered. Garaged and driven sparingly. Lots of fun.

 

#1395

Build Date: 1 Jul, 1970
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Authenticated: No
Listed: 29 Sep, 2009

Found on ebay, 9/09

 

#1401

Build Date: 1 Jul, 1970
Original colours: Bondi Bleach White (WA) / R1 Red trim
Current colours: Bondi Bleach White (WA) / R1 Red trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Yet to be built
Options: T14
Authenticated: No
Listed: 21 Jul, 2007

I dont know much about the car other then it was brought in southern NSW and spent all of its life there in the 'til now that its in Vic. I know the previous owner had a hemi orange VF pacer at the time as my car came with 3 VF doors and a boot with all the matching decals on them. Not much to go on but hey well cant always know the whole story....

 

#1409

Build Date: 1 Aug, 1970
Original colours: Hot Mustard (YC)
Original Drivetrain: 245 Hemi / 3speed
Options: Unknown
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Unknown
Listed: 16 May, 2006

Car has been burnt and compliance plate/option codes have been removed or melted. Actual build date therefore is also unknown. Authenticated using body number on inside fender. Car is located east of Kalgoorlie WA.

 
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