Please visit www.Mopacer.com to see my Purple Pacer X that is in Hot Rod Magazine, http://www.hotrod.com/featuredvehicles/index.html . My Dad built this Drag Pacer back in 1987. It ran a footbraked best of 10.85 @ 125 w/1.44 60 ft. The new owner painted it black and lives in Kenosha. New video of this run: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZ3PUqFM8c8
1973 American Motors Javelin
A 1973 American Motors Javelin I shot at the O'Reilly Auto Parts World Of
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Little AMC Pacer.
Great little car
Muscle Car Of The Week Video #71: 1969 Hurst SC/Rambler
http://www.musclecaroftheweek.com - The American Motors Corporation was
known for building reliable, lower-priced cars targeted towards families
and those seeking basic transportation. But when you combine a
lightweight economy car with a potent V8, you have the recipe for an
outstanding performer. This was the case with the 1969 Hurst SC/Rambler,
a car built in conjunction with Hurst Performance to be a drag strip terror
and look cool doing it! The SC/Rambler boasted a 315 HP 390 cube V8, a
T10 4-speed, 3.54:1 gears, and other performance tricks like a complete
lack of options, subframe connectors, rolled fender lips, staggered shocks,
and Thrush mufflers. This little Super Car rocked and advertised 14.2 in
the quarter @ 100+ mph, all for less than $3000.00. Quite a package.
1978 AMC Pacer
The AMC Pacer is a two-door compact automobile that was produced in the
United States by the American Motors Corporation between 1975 and 1980.
Design work began in 1971. The rounded shape and large glass area were
unusual compared with the three-box designs of the era.
The Pacer's width is equal to full-sized domestic vehicles at the time, and
this unique design feature was promoted by AMC as "the first wide small
car." The Pacer was the first modern mass-produced, U.S. automobile
design using the cab forward concept.
The Pacer's rounded and aerodynamic "jellybean" styling has made it an icon
of the 1970s. The May 1976 issue of Car and Driver dubbed it "The Flying
Fishbowl", and it was also described as "the seventies answer to George
Jetson's mode of transportation at a time when "Detroit was still rolling
out boat-sized gas guzzlers.
401 AMC Pacer Vs 440 AMC Pacer
My 1978 Pacer (black one) with a built AMC 401 and 5-speed manual
transmission versus a 1976 Pacer with a Mopar 440 with a 3-speed auto at
Bristol Dragway in Bristol, TN on June, 12 2009 as part of the 2009 Hot Rod
Power Tour. My dad was driving in this run, and unfortunately could not get
the rear tires to hook up. The Red White and Blue Pacer hooked up, and thus
the result. Winner: Red White and Blue Pacer with a firstname.lastname@example.org followed
by our car with a email@example.com. Well work on the car, find a way to get her
to hook up, and well be back again. 13s shouldnt be a problem and itll
give us something to aspire to. Also, please excuse the sub-fanatics level
of camera work...this was me behind the camera as Dan did not come with me
on the Power Tour.