Pacer Register

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#660

Build Date: 19 Jul, 1971
Original colours: Tan / Hemi Orange
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: 265 / 4 spd
Options: A95
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Peter Miller, Perth, WA
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Listed: 4 Jun, 2003

Car changed owners around October 2005. It currently runs a 2 barrel 500 holley and is licensed. It was an unregistered very original pacer, that ran a fuel injected 265.

Previous owner in mid 90's was Colin Palmer.

 

#673

Build Date: 21 Jul, 1971
Original colours: Black / Hemi Orange
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 Speed
Current Drivetrain: Unknown
Authenticated: Yes
Listed: 28 May, 2019

May 2019
Listed on Gumtree for 25k in Byron Bay:
VH Pacer non matching engine, mechanically excellent, good body/ paint, front seats re trimmed, interior needs some tidy up, heaps of parts, please call Pete for details.

 

#677

Build Date: 1 Jul, 1971
Original colours: Black / Hemi Orange
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: 360 / 727
Options: A95, B51
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Jim, South Australia
Listed: 17 Apr, 2006

Owned since 1983,2nd owner. 360 engine, 727 T/F, 9" 4.11 gears, original J42 35 Gallon Fuel Tank.

 

#684

Build Date: 20 Jul, 1971
Original colours: Black / Hemi Orange
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: Original
Options: A65 A95
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Mario Santoro
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Listed: 7 Mar, 2003

Vehicle was originally seen at Chryslers By The Bay 2003 when it was owned by Cameron Tomlinson (Geelong, VIC). It has since been sold on to its previous owner, Matt Pink. Matt has sold it on to Mario in August 2006.

 

#703

Build Date: 22 Jul, 1971
Original colours: Black / Vitamin C
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 auto
Current Drivetrain: Original
Options: A65 A95
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: DP, South Aus
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Listed: 4 Feb, 2007

Recently purchased from Adelaide where it had been in storage for some years. It is a factory original automatic transmission car, has unusual white inserts in the front seats. It is an SOA car. Currently not running but in overall reasonable condition with some minor rust.

 

#718

Build Date: 22 Jul, 1971
Original colours: Tan / Hot Mustard
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: 265 from a CL / 5 spd
Options: A95 B51
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Darren Hill, Nora Head, NSW
Listed: 23 Apr, 2007

Currently restored with 5 speed fitted.

Previous owner was Mike Moodley (Sydney, NSW) who had this comment: Vehicle was purchased around November 2005 as a painted shell, restoration 95% complete. Previous owner purchased it in a primed shell around April 2003. The car is being slowly put back together, to eventually restore it fully. Originally registered 25/07/2003.

 

#724

Build Date: 5 Aug, 1971
Original colours: Black / Hemi Orange
Current colours: Black / Black
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: Original
Options: A65 A95
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Simon, Perth WA
Listed: 22 Dec, 2005

I'm the 2nd owner. Dealer fitted rear spoiler. Original owner bought it from claremont Chrysler. It's the only one I've seen with this. Car is licensed and drivable.

 

#732

Build Date: 2 Jul, 1971
Original colours: Black / Hot Mustard
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 265 / 3 spd
Current Drivetrain: Unknown
Options: A65 A95 Z98
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Ross Jenkins, Waikato, NZ
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Listed: 23 Aug, 2007

Found in a haybarn July 2007, needs a rebuid.

 
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