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1978 AMC Pacer Pickup Conversion

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This started with the AMT '77 wagon. I used the hood and grille from the MPC '78 to fit an AMC V8 cobbled together from spare Gremlin and Matador stock car kits. Most of the junk in the bed was found in a clearance bin at a hobby shop. 

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Looks like a fun build!!! I like the mismatched tires&hubcaps!! Two thumbs up. 

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A great conversion. That would make a great light duty around town hauler in 1:1. Since the winter is coming I noticed you already got the snow tires on your rig. I like it a lot.

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That conversion really works. Great daily detail.

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Real neat and cool build! I like it...

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Dare to be different....cool..!

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That thing should move with a V8 in it! Of course with those Suburbanites out back, it will be harder to do smoky burnouts. Nice job Chuck, as always.

 

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Another cool build Chuck!

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I love it!

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Cool concept!

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Looks like a university student's ride :D I love the junk in the back and the snow tires.

Very clean execution of an original concept. Great work and thanks for the pics!

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Something different , I like it , well done .

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