This May have been covered before but why not do it again? For me it was a Brand new at the time 1976 AMC Pacer, sand piper beige. No options. I did get a few miles in on a Chevy Kingswood wagon just before my mother traded it in on the Pacer. Funny thing about AMC at the time was they plastered the airwaves with ads for free air conditioning when you bought a new Pacer. So my mother comes home with a new Pacer and guess what??? No air conditioning??? My mother’s says well they gave me $50 off sticker. Holy crap. And guess what no air conditioning got you?? No tinted glass!! In a frigging fish bowl. You don’t know the meaning of hot until you have driven a non tinted Pacer in July. Just misery. I love My mother but she didn’t always make the best decisions buying cars. At least when I got older I got wind she was looking for a car which she always did alone and I managed to get her out of some bad situations buying something she shouldn’t. The one good thing I remember about that Pacer is that it handled pretty good having Rack and pinion steering. I took drivers ed in High School and actually got school credit for it. The car we got to drive was a Ford Maverick. It actually felt like a step up from a Pacer. Pretty funny.