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Displaying entries 194-197 of 364 total.
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Wendy's former Lime Green 1976 sedan
194. This is Wendy Martin's former metallic lime green 1976 Pacer sedan. She wrote a fabulous story about how she acquired it, had it painted its distinctive color, and later had to part with it. You can find the story in the Pacer Stories section.
1977 Woody Wagon from Pendleton Oregon
195. This 1977 woody wagon, located in Pendleton, Oregon, was listed for sale on eAuto Classifieds in March 2000.
Central Oregon Silver Wagon
Central Oregon Silver Wagon
196. These pictures come with a story from the Pacer Page WebChica. Thanksgiving weekend 1999, on the road from Sunriver back home to Portland, Oregon, I was driving along at quite a nice clip, when I spotted, out of the corner of my eye, this Silver Pacer Wagon parked in front of a very run-down roadside motel. I managed to scare the living daylights out of my victim-passenger boyfriend (now husband, so I guess this didn't traumatize him too badly) as I tore off the road and skidded into the gravel parking lot. Although the Pacer was missing four hubcaps and otherwise shoddy in appearance, it was still clearly road-worthy, which certainly counts for something! In my excitement, I took some very off-center photographs, which you see displayed here.
Another shot of the Amesbury AMC dealership
197. Another shot of the AMC dealership pictured in archive number 188: "This is a dealership that is about 45 minutes from my house. The photo of the dealership and my 78 Pacer was taken back in September. The building was built back in the 1920s as a modern gas station and garage. The owner's dad bought the garage and turned it into a dealership. I think it was a Willys Jeep dealership back in the 40s and 50s. They dropped the Jeep line and took on Rambler and Land Rover. Land Rover was dropped in the erly 70s. They had AMC up to the very end. There are no parts or literature at this dealership due to the fact that I bought them all. The building is currently being used as a car repair shop by the owner of the building. He still has a CJ2A Jeep from the 40s inside." -Steve

Submitted 20 January 2000.