Look at that Pacer, I mean just look at it. Doesn’t it just give you the vibe that you’re going to have a good time driving this squatty little wagon?! I mean if you’ve ever seen the movie Wayne’s World then you know the shenanigans that can be had driving one of these little babies.
This little gem, an icon now, was in its day quite quirky. Affectionately called the fishbowl by many, you can see why it was referred to as this with it’s rounded shape and large glass windows.
It has been reported that this was one of the first vehicles built from the inside out. They actually put four people in chairs and designed the exterior around them with the intention of making the car as compact as possible. Because the assembly line at AMC had been created for widebody cars, this little Hatchback is actually made on a widebody frame like the other full sized domestic vehicles of the time. The compact coupe also has the signature longer sized passenger door of 4” additional length compared to the drivers side for easy passenger loading.
This particular pacer has a fun red on red interior design, with the interior being in spectacular shape! The listing reports that it was a one owner vehicle, and when the owner had passed he left it to his niece. They say it sat for 13 years but was bought up and given some TLC by the new owner. It’s up and running now, and is ready to get back on the road and have some fun adventures! Priced at only $6,500, it’d be just too easy to take advantage of this listing!
Windows/glass is reported by the owner of this vehicle to be in great condition. It’s sporting vintage Torque Thrust II Wheels, a peppy little six cylinder 258 Automatic Transmission under that hood, and cold AC to boot. This hip hoppin’ mini wagon will get you to your destination in no time, but with all the fun you’ll have driving it, I bet you catch yourself taking the scenic route!
See what the owner has to say about it at it’s original listing HERE.