Pacer Register

201 registered cars and counting
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#447

Build Date: 5 Jul, 1971
Original colours: Black / Vitamin C
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: Original
Options: A65 A95 B51
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Martin Maszczak
Email:
Listed: 29 Jul, 2003

Awaiting a full resto but has matching numbers. I am not sure if this is original but it came with a RT bonnet scoop. Possibly dealer fitted?

 
UNKNOWN

#454

Build Date: 2 Jul, 1971
Original colours: Hemi Orange / Black
Current colours: Unknown
Original Drivetrain: 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Unknown
Options: A95, B51, Z98
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Unknown
Listed: 22 Jun, 2017

"Photographed approximately 1990, in a wrecking yard, Tattersall Rd Blacktown. The car was due to be scrapped the next day, I rescued everything possible, including ID plates, instruments, gearbox and shifter"

 

#464

Build Date: 1 Jul, 1971
Original colours: Black / Blonde Olive
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: Original
Options: A65, A95
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Brett Phillips, Adelaide, SA
Listed: 16 Jul, 2006

This pacer is about to under go rebuild, should be finished by Xmas 2006. Purchased this car in 2003 from Adelaide Trading Post, has been in storage since. Will keep you updated on the progress of the build.

 
UNKNOWN

#468

Build Date: 21 Jun, 1971
Original colours: Black / Mercury Silver
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: Unknown
Options: A65 A95 Z96
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Tasmania
Listed: 6 May, 2003

Car was viewed at a wreckers in Tasmania with severe head-on collision damage.

 

#472

Build Date: 1 Jul, 1971
Original colours: Mercury Silver / Black
Current colours: Under resto
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: None
Options: A65 A95 Z98
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Brad Keem, Victoria
Email:
Listed: 31 Dec, 2017

Found in country Victoria in paddock where it has been rotting away for past 15 or so years. Barely still alive but she still exists.

 
UNKNOWN

#472

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1971
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Travis Owen
Listed: 17 Apr, 2006

Body number not 100% confirmed.

March 2019
The unknown VH pacer that was from country victoria looks like it may have been #472. This is the one on the last page suggesting the numbers were rusted. I went an looked at #472 a while back and that red looks familiar. The merc silver was there under it.
- Leo

April 2006
Car is in country victoria and is about to undergo restoration. I will try and get the numbers off it for the register. It is a One Owner vehicle but is missing it's original engine and it fairly rusty.

 

#490

Build Date: 9 Jul, 1971
Original colours: Black / Hot Mustard
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3spd
Current Drivetrain: Original
Options: A65 A95
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Tommy Gun, Victoria
Listed: 19 Apr, 2009

Latest: Was for sale on Ebay, 6/5/2016 ($35,000). Plate VHPACR. New owner not known.
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Originally registered on this site in 2004. The previous owner (Matt Arsiotios) purchased vehicle from the original 74 year old owner in early 2004 in Melbourne. Vehicle was delivered new by Mt Gambier Motors on 5/11/1971. Vehicle has never been altered and has very little rust.

Currently being restored to original specs by current owner, Tommy Gun.

 

#514

Build Date: 8 Jul, 1971
Original colours: Black / Hemi Orange
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: Original
Options: A65 A95
Authenticated: No
Owner details: E.A.Haines, Christchurch, New Zealand
Email:
Listed: 14 Apr, 2004

Brought into NZ in 74 I'm third owner. Had her 12 yrs.

 
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