1979 AMC Pacer Limited Wagon 2-Door - 53K original miles.

1979 AMC Pacer Limited Wagon 2-Door

Technical specifications of AMC Pacer 1979

Price: -
Item location: Ruston, Louisiana, United States
Make: AMC
Model: Pacer
Type: Wagon
Trim: Limited Wagon 2-Door
Year: 1979
Mileage: 53,028
VIN: A9A687C166354
Color: Brown
Engine size: 258 Cubic Inch (4.2L)
Number of cylinders: 6
Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Brown
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Options: Cassette Player, Leather Seats
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

Bidders must be in the continental USA. Winning bidder must take delivery of the vehicle within two weeks of end of auction.

See link to 146 images below.

The 1986 Texas title shows 31,000 miles on the odometer. Now reading 53,028 miles. IT STILL HAS THE ORIGINAL MUFFLER! There are no signs of oil leaks.

This 1979 Pacer Limited Wagon is equipped with:

• 258 CI inline 6 cylinder engine

• Electronic ignition

• Power steering

• Air conditioning

• Power disc brakes

• Turbine aluminum wheels

• Power windows/door locks

• Cruise control

• Leather reclining seats

• Folding rear seat

• Tilt steering wheel

• Wood grain instrument panel

• Custom interior trim

• Folding center armrest

• AM radio

• Electric clock

• Deep pile carpet

• Cargo skid strips

• Flipper quarter windows

• Protection group

• Side scuff moldings

• Limited medallions

• 21 gal fuel tank

• Day/night mirror

• Dual horns

• Visibility group

• Convenience group

• Light group

• Extra quiet insulation


In 2007, I purchased this Pacer Limited from the original owner in Austin, TX for $3500. I paid $350 to have it shipped. All of the engines fluids were clean. The A/C worked at that time. I had a headliner installed. I installed new hatch lift supports (they didn’t last). I replaced the engine mounts and installed an HEI ignition module. I sold it on ebay for $4000 to a bidder in Europe. Once he calculated the shipping cost, he backed out of the deal, and I haven’t relisted it until now. It’s been stored with Sunoco 110 octane racing fuel in the tank, which is very stable. I’ve kept it in and out of the garage since then, and now am ready to sell it again :) . It does start and run well but would need some attention to be road worthy. I recently drove it around in the lot behind my shop. It hasn’t been on the road since 2007. I have owned and built several Pacers and also have several parts cars, so I know where they rust. This one is very solid. There are two spots rusted through; one is the firewall and the other is the driver’s side floorboard. The tires are dry rotted. The windshield is cracked. The car needs repainting and minor bodywork. The dash pad has warped. The leather has dried out somewhat and some of the stitching has torn.

146 images of the car are posted on flickr. LINK:https://www.flickr.com/photos/9154880@N07/albums/72157686086855236/with/35882778795/

This vehicle is sold as-is, where is. Thanks for looking and good luck bidding!

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