De Tomaso Pantera Front trunk floor, battery tray & reinforcements / Unused, as 1971 Pantera was better than expected on rebuild and did not require it / Requires side welding lips to wheel arch inner, also superb template / Unpacked dims and weight - 800x800x280mm 7.6kg / Shipping not included.
De Tomaso Pantera Sill reinforcement inner / Formed by Kirk Evans of AmeriSport,, unused, as 1971 Pantera was better than expected on rebuild and did not require it / This is a shaped patch panel to use where necessary for inner sill reinforcement patching repair / Without pressed holes / Pack dims and weight - 1060x190x30mm 1.6kg - shipping not included.
De Tomaso Pantera B-Post Inner Pillar Base - LH & RH Set / Formed by Kirk Evans of AmeriSport, unused, as 1971 Pantera was better than expected on rebuild and did not require them / Pack dims and weight - 280x200x110mm 0.85kg - shipping not included.
This De Tomaso Longchamp GTS is what we call a very cool car. An example of subdued Italian design of the seventies on steroids. It is quite a rare beast, with only 395 Coupés built between 1972 and 1989. Power came from the reliable 351 ci. Ford Cleveland V8. Most of the Longchamps were supplied with the Ford C6 automatic gearbox, although 17 examples were built with a ZF 5-speed manual gearbox. The GTS version was introduced in 1980, and came with wide wheel arches and Campagnolo alloys. The example we are offering for sale is a beautiful series 1 car, built in 1979 and supplied to its first owner in Munich (Germany). In 1990, the car was returned to the factory and rebuild to GTS specification, including the famous Campagnolo wheels, an improved Shelby automatic gearbox and a slightly tweaked engine now producing 365 bhp. At the same time the car was repainted in the actual gorgeous grey metallic, and Alessandro De Tomaso was so kind to sign both headrests of the car. The Longchamp had one more successive owner in Germany, and came to Belgium in 2010 where it was pampered by its actual owner. The car looks absolutely fabulous, with a lovely original leather interior and in immac
£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,