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|22. A photo of Carhenge, Alliance, Nebraska's replica of Stonehenge. Covered in whitewash, look for the Pacer lookalike just right of center in the top picture! In the bottom photo, the Pacer's little cousin, a Gremlin. Borrowed from a couple Carhenge site.|
|23. Paine's Trains and Automobiles: George Paine's 1978 D/L Wagon and CSX caboose hop D781 passing Washington Grove, MD at 16:42 on 9 February 1997. (Photo by George Paine, scanned by Taunton T. Paine.)|
|24. From the toy chest on John Rosa's Javelin/AMX Page, here are two Pacer models, at 1/32 and 1/64 scale. (Photo harvesting: Tim Hansen)|
|25. A black-and-white newspaper scan taken from a mid-70's article on "the Pacer CGE, a 401-powered Pacer with blanked out rear windows, spoilers, air dam, wheel moldings, etc. done by Randall out in Mesa, AZ." -Jerry Casper (Photo harvesting: Tim Hansen)
Additional information from Eddie Stakes: "Randall AMC of Mesa Arizona, famous for the Randall Gremlins, also did a few Pacers; they would yank out the 304/904 combo and drop in a highly modified 401/4spd, along with the custom flair job."