Pacer Sedan Register

59 registered cars and counting
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#2870

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1969
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Steve Ware
Email:
Listed: 5 Jul, 2021

I have an original VF Pacer. Slowly going through overhauling the brakes. The Vh40b booster was sucking brake fluid into the manifold. I re-kitted the master & booster & had the booster cylinder stainless sleeved. It ran ok before, but hadnít had an oil change since 2002 or thereabouts. But having said that it had been garaged for years. It was bought on Christmas eve 1969 from Austral Motors.

 

#2998

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1970
Original colours: Cosmic Blue / T1 Neutral (Tan) trim
Current colours: Cosmic Blue / T1 Neutral (Tan) trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 Spd Man
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 Spd Man
Options: B41
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Eddy265, Vic
Listed: 11 Jun, 2006

This car was bought from a collector. It apparently was the last Pacer sold as the new model was coming out in May '70. Sold on 16/04/1970.
It's front bucket seats are the frame type of a VG, but with the VF pattern. It appears to have no heater from the factory, but comes with optional front disc brakes. In the queue for a full restoration.

 

#3020

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1970
Original colours: New Toledo Red / X1 Black trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Options: B41
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Mike Fawcett Darwin NT
Email:
Listed: 28 Jun, 2006

I own this car (or what remains of it!!!). Bought the car a couple of years ago for 2 cartons of VB (I may have paid too much ....). It was totally beyond saving, completely rusted out and nearly all of the Pacer bits missing, had a VE engine in it and a Speco shifter fitted. Seats and dash also missing. I cut it up as you can see and salvaged what I could.

 

#3049

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1970
Original colours: YA / X1 Black trim
Current colours: White / X1 Black trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Options: B41
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Chris, Queensland
Listed: 18 Nov, 2006

For sale on eBay November '06

 

#3064

Build Date: 1 Dec, 1969
Original colours: Cosmic Blue (BD) / T1 Tan trim
Current colours: Cosmic Blue (BD) / T1 Tan trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Options: B41
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Neville, Albury N.S.W
Email:
Listed: 4 Mar, 2008

I bought the car new from Courtesy Motors, Wollongong in April 1970.The car was used as the bridal car at my wedding a year later.The car is currently undergoing restoration after many years of being our only family car, carrying 2 adults and 5 children, for most of it's early life.

 

#3077

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1970
Original colours: Cosmic Blue (BD) / X1 Black trim
Current colours: Cosmic Blue (BD) / X1 Black trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Options: B41
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Car from SA
Email:
Listed: 17 Dec, 2007

Car is totally original , has now been strip out / has rust done / will /paint in new year / engine been done .. car will be put back to original condition

 

#3110

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1970
Original colours: Navaho Beige (TD) / R1 Red trim
Current colours: Navaho Beige (TD) / R1 Red trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Options: B41
Authenticated: Yes
Listed: 10 Jan, 2009

Found on eBay December, 2008

 

#3164

Build Date: 1 Jan, 1970
Original colours: Navaho Beige (TD) / X1 Black trim
Current colours: Navaho Beige (TD) / X1 Black trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 225 / 3 speed
Options: B41
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: NSW
Listed: 5 Mar, 2008

Sold/registered 24/04/70 by Albrecht Motors, Broken Hill, NSW. Currently in good, general & complete condition. Complete restoration scheduled.

 
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