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AMC Pacer - Failure Museum

The 1975-80 AMC Pacer was a key factor in American Motors’ demise as an independent automaker. The Pacer was AMC’s most costly new car of the 1970s.  Because of the car’s heft it consumed a lot of oil, gas mileage and acceleration was weak, and longevity was questionable.

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Sean Jacobsohn

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