Enim enim adipisicing voluptate aliqua consectetur tempor non non in. Mechanically the car is excellent with motor. In theory, the power-to-weight ratio should equate to performance that is less than impressive. Ea enim aute exercitation eu culpa. Legendary Motorcar Company specializes in classic and exotic vehicle acquisitions, sales, consignments, global sourcing, restorations and collection management since 1985. There is nothing about the grey interior that I like.
The seller has driven about 160 miles during just over a year of ownership. If so, can you please confirm and also give me details of how i can call you by phone to discuss. The alloy wheels are in original factory condition and are fitted with a correct matching set of Michelin tyres. The door-card fillets are also monogram inlayed with the DeTomaso logo. In 1975, Ford ceased interest in importing the Pantera, but production continued on.
The Pantera is a surprisingly heavy vehicle, tipping the scales at 3,249lbs. Veniam fugiat voluptate mollit laboris quis sunt aliquip. The new owner is going to be grateful that the car is fitted with air conditioning. The shop is said to have completed most of the work on the car prior to 2017. At least this minimizes the chances of that happening. Finished in red, this muscular Pantera looks the business with a fiberglass delta wing and refinished Campagnolo wheels.
This steel-body exotic Pantera is perfect to add prowess to your collection. Chassis braces are also present for the front of the rear control arms under the oil pan and above the engine compartment. The other is the gated shifter. I believe there were 10 to 15 Panteras sent back. The air dam, wheel arch flares, rocker panels, hatch, rear wing, and rear engine compartment were reportedly repainted to correct for chips and other imperfections. Truly a rare chance to own an 80's super car without spending a small fortune. The paint does look to be in exceptional condition, while the original Campagnolo wheels have recently been refinished.
The odometer shows just over 38k miles, which is corroborated by service records. The seller notes that some rock chips are present under the rear fender flares and describes two small dings and some areas with touch-up paint. This mid-engine sports car was designed by Tom Tjaarda and over its twenty-year production run, a total of 7260 copies of the Pantera were manufactured, thus making it the automaker's most popular model. Local car that has been in this area since 1997. Our DeTomaso Pantera drives correctly and effortlessly, whilst under load and is sure to put a smile on your face every time you change gear. A polished Edelbrock intake, DeTomaso valve covers and air cleaner, and Hall-Pantera exhaust headers were also added, and the steel flywheel was resurfaced. Speaking of documentation, there is plenty of it included with this car, and it appears to date back to the day that it rolled out of the factory.
This one appears to have been meticulously maintained by a Pantera specialist. More importantly, is anyone going to bid on it? So, the engine in this Pantera would have been built in Australia. Sit duis incididunt Lorem incididunt et anim. . Suspension and engine modifications are listed below, along with the results from a dyno test performed after the engine rebuild.
Put this along with the Italian design together, and you have something special — superb Italian automotive engineering with a well-known American engine. Back in the day, as they say — we sold about a car and a half a month, or about 18 a year. Pantera Miami established itself in 1977. Are you looking to buy your dream classic car? It is the perfect marriage of Italian exotica with a muscle engine that only has 12,600 miles reading on the speedometer. The listing also mentions that this vehicle is mechanically sound and runs incredibly well.
An exotic answer to many sports cars of the era, Pantera brought a unique flavor to the Ford lineup, enticing an upscale, young, wealthier clientele to Ford showrooms. The car remained with its second owner from 1987 until 2003, and it was acquired by the selling dealer just over a year ago. Basic engines were then shipped to Switzerland, where they were tuned to produce the 345hp that this one pumps out. The black interior definitely looks better especially the dash. When the first production De Tomaso Pantera rolled out onto the roads in 1971, the car held an enormous amount of promise. A video of a walk-around can be seen above.