Pacer Sedan Register

164 registered cars and counting
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#2170

Build Date: 1 Oct, 1970
Original colours: Hot Mustard / Black
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 245 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: 245 / 4 speed
Options: T14, A88
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Geoff Campbell
Email:
Listed: 7 Nov, 2019

Purchased in Victoria, no history, currently restoring

 

#2181

Build Date: 1 Oct, 1969
Original colours: Black / Hot Mustard
Current colours: Original
Original Drivetrain: 245 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Original
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Ian, Ballarat, Victoria
Listed: 28 May, 2019

Current owner has owned the car for many years and purchased it in Brisbane.

 

#2210

Build Date: 1 Oct, 1970
Original colours: Hemi Orange / Black X5
Current colours: Hemi Orange / Black
Original Drivetrain: 245 / n/a
Current Drivetrain: D243A02980 / n/a
Options: T14
Authenticated: No
Owner details: Mike Smale
Listed: 10 Sep, 2019
 

#2239

Build Date: 1 Oct, 1970
Original colours: Hot Orange (Vit C) (RH) / X6 Black trim
Current colours: Hot Orange (Vit C) (RH) / X6 Black trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Options: A88
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Anthony South Australia
Listed: 25 Apr, 2009

One of 5 VG Pacers made in Vit C, believed to be the last survivor.

 

#2352

Build Date: 1 Oct, 1970
Original colours: Hemi Orange (RF) / Black trim?
Current colours: Hemi Orange (RF) / Black trim?
Original Drivetrain: 225 slant / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: 225 slant / 3 speed
Options: E20 (slant engine)
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Richard
Listed: 11 May, 2008

Mentioned on Hemi6pack, Richard kindly agreed to this unusual car being on the register. Car was originally an export model. Further info may be added as time permits.

 

#2370

Build Date: 1 Oct, 1970
Original colours: Hot mustard / Tan
Current colours: Hot mustard/ mopar performance stripes / Black
Original Drivetrain: Hemi 245 / 3 speed manual
Current Drivetrain: 393 stroker 318 / 904 torqueflite
Options: T14
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Adam Higham
Email:
Listed: 7 Jan, 2023

I bought it in 1995 totally original but in need of restoration .i spent four years fully rebuilding it including a bare metal file finish paint job in ppg acrylic.All the v8 gear came from a Chrysler by chrysler i bought and it was v8 swapped and the paint was all done by me as the mopar rainbow cars were the current race cars.i sold it to help someone with money inly to then be involved in a massive motorbike crash not thinking i could ever build a car due to my injuries until 15 years later someone spotted the car on facebook in the background of a picture.i got in contact with the owner to send him the build pics.he put it up for sale a few weeks ago and i had to have it back still not fully ever finished.So the story continues it goes on a transporter next week and i can finish and finally get it registered.It is an original commenwealth motors chrysler canberra delivered car .

 

#2430

Build Date: 1 Nov, 1970
Current colours: White
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: 265 / 5 speed
Authenticated: No
Listed: 8 Oct, 2008

Found on ebay Sept. '08

 

#2478

Build Date: 1 Nov, 1970
Original colours: Hemi Orange (RF) / X4 Black trim
Current colours: Hemi Orange (RF) / X4 Black trim
Original Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Current Drivetrain: Pacer 245 / 3 speed
Options: T14
Authenticated: Yes
Owner details: Anthony South Australia
Listed: 26 Nov, 2007

Bought the car in 07, its in good original condition with just having a respray and a motor recon. Interior is untouched.

 
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