Today an updated version of ValiantPacers.com was released with some advancements and changes:
Feedback is welcome.
Since 1971/72 a lot of Pacers have changed hands and its often hard to tell what exactly is the original/correct setup for a VH Pacer if someone wants to bring theirs to how it left the factory. Depending on which the day it left the factory is another topic, but my goal is to create a list/page of helpful information & tips that will help fellow enthusiasts restore the beloved VH Pacer.
Such examples would be what colour the engine block should be painted, depending on the month or year in which the car was produced. What colours were the steel wheels painted in and what are the best equivalents available today? Was the side mirror painted black, or was it chrome? Were the engine scoops that were dealer fitted all located in the same spot? I'm working on this now with some of my own knowledge as well as relying on those that know a lot more than me.
If you have any helpful tips, please send them through!
The "How to tell a VH Pacer from any other VH" page has been updated with a few bits of extra information, corrections and photos to help people determine if they're looking at a Pacer or a striped Sedan.
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