The Photo and Image Archives
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|310. Ron Langley submitted this modified image of Jeni's Pacer #1, done up like the Ghostbusters "ambulance". |
Submitted 29 March 2003.
|311. "Here are some pics of my wife's Pacer. It is a very reliable car and has lived a pampered life. Only 89,000 miles, cold A/C, dual exhaust, and of course, a licorice dispenser inside. I hope you and your viewers like this one. They are becoming extinct. |
"It is so funny how modern society either has no idea what kind of car these are, or remembers thinking how ugly they were back then, yet loves them now. I have owned this car for many years, and it still kills me to see the people in the car next to you in a state of confusion and wonder. I have many fond Pacer memories, as I am sure you do as well. This car is my daily driver and it never sits still." -Jeremy Orth
Submitted 24 April 2003.
|312. Bob Brandys shared these photos of the Pacer he recently restored. |
He said: "This pacer belonged to Dave Hooper of Canada. I bought it from him and redid the body, floors, paint, windshield, painted the interior. It has 28,000 miles according to Dave. Was 33,000 km. I put in a US speedo and reset it to 000000."
Posted to the AMC Pacer mailing list 12 May 2003.
|313. "I just had to send you pics of my '76 D/L that I just finished restoring. All my friends think I am nuts! But, all of us Pacer People are used to hearing that. I purchased the car in 1999 from a coworker's mother in Morro Bay, California. It was on a ranch down there all of its life. It made the drive up to the San Francisco Bay area leaking every fluid that you could imagine. Anyway, thought I would share a few pics with you." -Craig Agnew
Submitted 18 May 2003.