Evaluation: Showing 10,658 miles that are represented as actual. Original paint with finish that shows beautifully (for a Pacer, anyway) with only the most minor blemishes. The brightwork is faded but presentable, and the interior looks nearly new. Few signs of age underneath, too. Surely one of the cleanest Pacers anywhere in the world.
Bottom Line: And for this money, it better be. An eccentric “love-to-hate-it” kind of car, Pacers have a cult following and some growing appreciation for malaise era cars has pulled Pacer pricing up by significant but not crazy amounts. That said, it will always be something of a rolling punchline and probably never all that valuable, so it’s impressive that someone kept this one so clean. Only a handful of Pacers have ever sold for more than this, including the one from Wayne’s World, so the seller should be thrilled at the result in Houston.