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  1. Note the RHD conversion was performed by the importer, and so explains the less-than-inspiring dash design. Other aspects of the conversion left the reviewers less than impressed, such as the windshield wiper pattern is unchanged and original left-hand mirror remains adjustable, while its mate on the RHD driver's side is not. It's fun to get the British take on the rather peculiar (and yet still typically American) Pacer. Here's what they had to say regarding the issue of the Pacer's doors : "More fundamental is the Pacer's major gimmick--its unequal size doors--is negated by the change [to RHD]. The doors are massive (so heavy in fact they can be an effort to open) and that on the right hand side is 4in longer behind the window than its opposite partner. The intention is to allow easier access for the rear seat passengers from the (right hand) kerb side. In practice, unless the front occupant is at the most forward point of seat travel it is not possible to get into the back without tipping the front seat. As a driver's door, however, it can present considerable difficulties of exit in a confined space. The door's width, plus the long trailing edge mean that it is not possible to get out with the door opened, say, a foot clear of the body--potential owners with narrow garages beware!"
  2. The MPC Pacer Wagon, with Vette rear suspension, a Toyota 2JZ-GTE engine with a front mount intercooler, seasoned with a dash of rust and topped with an inflatable raft.
  3. US Cars , AMC , Pacer Wagon ,Amt 1:25 US Cars, AMC, Pacer Wagon, AMT 1:25 Hi Guys! Today I want to show you a Pacer. The model is the AMC Pacer Wagon from AMT. The model is with the flat bonnet. I then combined the model with the hood of the `normal Pacer kit to represent the Pacer Wagon of my friend. More than 30 years ago, in the late 1980s, we were on the road here in Germany for a lot of American car meetings. Cologne, Hanover, Bremen, Osnabrück, Bielefeld were just some of them. Back then we were out at least once a month in the summer months and had a lot of fun and then saw beautiful American cars. The model was additionally provided by me with Plastiksheet strips, so as to represent the equipment variant Woody. Have fun watching and greetings to All by Jan
  4. Still have some things to finish up on the Pacer Wagon for NNL West's wagon theme. Vette suspension, a Toyota 2JZ-GTE engine and a bunch of weathering. Front splitter and rear diffuser are 3D printed.
  5. Hello everyone. Here is a 1958 Edsel Pacer. This is a box stock build like most of my models. It is painted Testors French Blue and Gloss White. Matching Interior with some bare metal foiling on the door panels. The engine is factory correct Goldenrod yellow 361cu v8. This being an AMT kit it went together rather nicely. Not very many fitment issues. All comments welcome. Enjoy!!
  6. This was on a Hot Rod facebook post today.
  7. Just an ordinary AMC Pacer with a roll bar and only 426 HP nothing special. It does have a cowl intake from I think it was either the revell daytona or amt 68 gtx. Color is left over sapphire blue from my shelby blue crew cars. The fitment of the body before i even put the hemi in was frustrating, and i still gotta do the radiator hose. For some reason my mom's camera though that my replica of my truck and future replica dads dart were a better thing to focus on.
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