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Janesville WI Pacer (Shot 1)
Janesville WI Pacer (Shot 2)
Janesville WI Pacer (Shot 3)
38. "These are pics of a burgundy '79 or (gasp) '80 Pacer Wagon Limited -- it has the later door panels with overhand-grip door pull -- see Early Bender-Werth's '79 Limited Coupe interior pics. I found the car behind the Presbyterian church in downtown. To my knowledge, the car is still there." -Tim Hansen
The Spot
39. "Picture of 52,000 mile '75 at the Namdra Nationals Crusie Night at The Spot Drive-In in Kenosha, Aug. 19, 1997. Owner is a white-bearded fellow whose name I forget." -Tim Hansen
Tim's Pacer at The Spot
40. "A picture of my Pacer hanging out with the grey '75 at The Spot." -Tim Hansen
Weird Cars
Weird Cars
41. "Photos of an actual 1977 AMC Pacer mini pickup from the book Weird Cars by John A. Gunnell. Note that these type fender flares and wheel treatment are going to be applied to my Pacer when cash permits. The car appears (appropriately enough) on Page 77. Here are the actual captions..." -Tim Hansen

"Every one from Wayne and Garth to car-artist Hoop knows that the Pacer is a weird car to begin with. So a Pacer pickup truck is really extra weird. American Motors Corporation built this one in 1977. How about that Mirthmobile-type flame job?

"Just think of it as the Mirthmobile with storage room for a case of Grey Poupon. The Pacer pickup was rather short on cargo space but made up for it in cuteness. It was made by converting a Pacer station wagon into a mini-truck." -John A. Gunnell

30 August 2006: Contrary to the Weird Cars information, this Pacer pickup was actually built by famed car designer Carl Green, who customized many Pacers and other AMCs. This error was identified by Carl Green himself, Russell Cook, and Rick Green.