LAST PACER ROLLED OFF ASSEMBLY LINE IN 1979

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On December 3, 1979, the last Pacer rolls off the assembly line at
the American Motors Corporation (AMC) factory in Kenosha,
Wisconsin. When the car first came on the market in 1975, it was
a sensation, hailed as the car of the future. “When you buy any
other car,” ads said, “all you end up with is today’s car. When you
get a Pacer, you get a piece of tomorrow.” By 1979, however, sales
had faded considerably. Today, polls and experts agree: the Pacer
was one of the worst cars of all time.        
        

        
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