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|134. "The [Pacer Page Pacer] and Emily in front of the now-closed-up building by the doors where all the Pacers ever made exited the factory to begin their round little lives." -Tim Hansen |
Editor's Note: I wonder how many Pacers have made this special pilgrimmage back to their birthplace.
|135. "Miscellaneous pics of the sights of Kenosha, including my vendor display and a mint 50k mile original '75 Pacer in bronze, for sale at $1600. Nice, but I'd like a few more options." -Tim Hansen|
|136. "This is a 28,000 mile (or was it actual 2,800 mi?) original unrestored 1977 Pacer Wagon, quite possibly the nicest unrestored example of its type in the world. And again, a base model. Rather an uncommon thing with Pacers in comparison to the rest of the car hobby. It seems that only the most basic Pacers are the ones that are found in the best unrestored condition, whereas the '57 Bel Air kicked the crap out of its 210 counterpart for collectivity, and now, availability." -Tim Hansen|
|137. "Last summer I FINALLY found that elusive Fourth Pacer at Prisk Auto. It's a red '75, and it's arguably the roughest of the four...only one with a broken window, trees growing through open doors just like the '78 Wagon, these cars have been there for over a decade. Does have a few good lenses and a saveable grille, + the remaining glass..." -Tim Hansen