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  • De Tomaso Pantera L


    £79950 A one owner car until 2014, originally purchased by Ernie Whittaker, on behalf of his 21 year old nephew Bob Evans in February 1975 under a monthly finance agreement, which on settlement in 1978 the title was passed to Bob. In the history file are the sale agreement, loan agreement, paying in book , and pictures of Bob with the car in 1975 when he was 21. Due to his age, his uncle had put the finance in his name until paid off by Bob. A very low mileage Pantera, in the same ownership from original registration in February 1975 until September 2014. A very original fully documented car with a warranted mileage of under 24000 miles. Designed by Tom Tjaarda, and built by Ghia, the Pantera was launched in 1970, and subsequently up rated in 1973 to the Pantera L (Luxury).The Pantera, was powered by the Ford 351 – 4V Ford V-8, driven through a five speed ZF gearbox. With power assisted disc brakes on all four wheels, together with rack and pinion steering all of which created a 1970’s super car capable of a top speed of just under 160 MPH, and on launch a 0-60 mph time of 5.5 seconds Air conditioning, Magnesium Sports Wheels, 351-4V engine, 5 speed transmission, Power disc brakes,

    • Year: 1974
    • Mileage: 24000 mi
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  • De Tomaso Pantera

    £99,950 £99,950

    The Pantera debuted in Modena in March 1970 and was presented at the 1970 New York Motor Show a few weeks later. A year later the first production Pantera's were sold, and production was increased to three per day. Designed by an American, working for an Italian firm the Pantera (Italian for “Pantha”) took over from the Mangusta and continued to be produced for 20 years. Unlike the Mangusta the Pantera employed a steel monocoque which was the first time De Tomaso used this technique. Built in January 1974 this De Tomaso Pantera was first registered in the UK during December of that same year. It was initially fitted with a prototype 3.0 V6 engine of the time. It subsequently spent some time in Ireland before being re-imported by the founder of the De Tomaso Owners Club, Phil Stebbings, in 1981 where it acquired its “W” registration. Mr Stebbings converted the car to GT5 spec using factory original parts and replaced the engine with an original spec Cleveland 5.8 litre V8. Latterly a race spec V8, more suited to track work, was fitted along with bespoke AP Racing brakes. The car was (and still is) well known within the Club and was frequently seen on supercar test days and featured

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