The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Mmmmmmmmmmmm goose bumps!!!!!!!!!!
Looks like the 78 Pacer has been there awhile. Daryl's Cars, 1400 Oakhurst St, Parkerburg, WV. It's on his website
Grew up just northwest of Lansing a ways (Fowler) and Vernor's was the drink of choice at our house.
I believe these examples were made in Russia. I have seen only a few of them.
I bought a '77 pacer new also with a six cylinder. Had a huge amount of room in the well. Apparently the original plan was a Mazda rotary but AMC couldn't swing it. The '78 came out with a V8. Does anybody know who supplied the V8 ?
AMC had their own V-8's in various displacements.
What was the purpose of the bicycle wheel mounted on the rear of the car?
Look Skeeziks...a fat person!!
Probably used for road testing, Gary
It was used, among other things to get accurate speed readings. And....the scrub brakes on the bicycle wheel helped stop the car.......
v-8 pacers all had 304's
Chillicothe Street, Portsmouth, Ohio, 1930's.
Strip queen Lily St. Cyr in the 40's?????????????????
Lili St. Cyr
We have a detailed post up on The Old Motor about the early Cameron and believe this may have been one of the companies first racing cars. Stop by and check out the post we have up on this very interesting car with walking-beam valve gear.
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