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The De Tomaso Pantera is a mid-engined sports car produced by the De Tomaso car company of Italy from 1971 to 1993.. Italian for "Panther", the Pantera was the automaker's most popular model, with over 7,000 manufactured over its twenty-year production run.
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1971-74 DeTomaso Pantera The 1971-74 DeTomaso Pantera combined Italian exotic sports car styling and a reliable, potent Ford V-8. The Pantera cost about half as much as an Italian exotic Ferrari or Maserati sports car.
28' Pantera 28: 100% fresh water since brand new. Ohio and Michigan boat its complete life. Boat is still the Original gel coat! and it shines.
Coming hard on the heels of the head-turning De Tomaso Mangusta, the De Tomaso Pantera was a successful combination of Italian aesthetics and breeding with a nice big and easy to maintain Ford V8 engine, and a proven German ZF transaxle. The Pantera broke the convention that said if you have an ...
The De Tomaso Pantera GT5 was, in some respects, the blue-collar version of the Lamborghini Countach. Both cars featured a sweeping wedge-shaped profile, big wings, flared wheel aches, roaring engines and more horsepower than half a dozen family sedans. When new, the Countach cost over $100,000 (in ...
tech tips. TECH TIP, ZF GEAR OIL Now that Castrol has discontinued the long recommended 80W90 Hypoy GL-4 gear oil, Now what oil do we use in our Pantera Transaxles and why?
1971 DeTomaso Pantera This highly collectible 1971 DeTomaso Pantera is available in a yellow exterior over a black interior and is equipped with a 5-speed...
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The Pantera Place "Your de Tomaso Connection" The Pantera 351 Cleveland Engine . Click images to view. Induction Systems. Mike Dailey's Pantera engine with an aluminum 4V Edelbrock Performer Intake manifold and Holley 600 carburetor with vacuum secondary and electric choke.