Bel Air Bubbletop
The AMC Pacer is a two-door compact car produced in the
United States by the American Motors Corporation from
1975 to 1979. The car was as wide as full size cars.
This unique design feature was promoted by AMC as the
first wide small car. Pacer was designed to offer the
interior room and feel of a big car that drivers of
traditional domestic automobiles were accustomed to,
but in a much smaller, aerodynamic, and purposefully
distinctive exterior package. The surface area of the
car is 37 percent glass.
Incredible condition - Only 37,000 miles
All original inside and out
Sport Package: Special steering wheel, rally wheels, gauge pod, factory tach