The great history of love of
most faithful Pacer and is probably that of Pacer and... RUST !
Here in sharp red on these
two pics "the risky zones" which it is necessary to check on each
Around the wheels, as on many other cars,
The underbody frame as on all the cars I know,
The bottom of the back fenders on the two
sides, just as inside around the wheel, there is a small space where dust get
stuck which once wet help the appearance of rust...
The bottom of the gates, and
just under the windshield, in the neighborhoods of the engine of windscreen
wipers. If you don't pay enough attention, the rust which develops at this place
can cause the crack of the windshield!
With the back, a point of rust specific to
Pacers, and especially unexplainable, it's under the number plate that a rust
hole often appears.
The bottom of the gate of the back door is also
a good place for rust, more particularly on the station-wagon...
Last detail, the tank of gasoline is also
extremely often rusted on the top between the car's body and the tank itself...
But if you consider all
those repairs opportunities as a chance to touch the heart of Pacer: its