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Old 12-12-2012, 08:55 PM
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It's unusual to see one of these on a GMC chassis. Looks like this one has been sitting outside for a while:

http://ottumwa.craigslist.org/cto/3470942554.html

Thanks to Mike McDonald for telling me about this one.
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Looks well worth saving, doesn't it? But, here in NJ, the "no title" is a huge problem.
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No title, no problem here in Kansas........ All you need is a bill of sale and a VIN inspection, checked out through NCIC. Easy.......
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this is the model of my 70 Suburban. It was made by National. Didn't know it was a Pacer until I found some literature on ebay.
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didnt know what a pacer conversion was till know. thought at first was amc till opened. thanks..
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didnt know what a pacer conversion was till know. thought at first was amc till opened. thanks..
Glad I was the only one that thought that. I used to own an AMC Pacer so you can imagine my suprise!
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