1972 | De Tomaso Pantera

 

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De Tomaso Pantera

De Tomaso Pantera

De Tomaso Pantera

De Tomaso Pantera

De Tomaso Pantera

De Tomaso Pantera

De Tomaso Pantera
De Tomaso Pantera
De Tomaso Pantera
De Tomaso Pantera
De Tomaso Pantera
De Tomaso Pantera
1972 | De Tomaso Pantera

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Tchéquie

 
Coupé
243/330 kW/CV
16 066 mls
Jari Brzon

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  • Détails du véhicule

    Données techniques
    Marque De Tomaso
    Modèle Pantera
    Nom du modèle Pantera
    Année 1972
    Numéro d'identification du véhicule THPNMD04154
    Kilométrage (compteur) 16 066 mls
    Nombre de propriétaires précédents 4
    Date immatriculation 07/1972
    Autres données techniques
    Type de carrosserie Coupé
    Détail du corps Coupé
    Puissance (kW/CV) 243/330
    Cylindrée (ccm) 5 766
    Cylindre 8
    Portes 2
    Volant Gauche
    Boîte de vitesse Boîte manuelle
    Vitesses 5
    Traction Arrière
    Frein avant À disque
    Frein arrière À disque
    Carburant Essence
    Configuration individuelle
    Couleur extérieure Rouge
    Couleur intérieure Noir
    Matériel intérieur Cuir

Description

  • Rare pre-L model
  • Only 16.000 original miles from new!!!
  • One of only ca. 5.500 examples built with Ford licence
  • Original Ford Cleveland engine (blue-labelled) resealed in 2019
  • Only 2 previous owners in the USA 1972-1983 and 1983-2014, one in Germany 2014-2017
  • The 2nd owner bought the car in 1983 with 4.000 miles on the clock
  • 1988-2005 stored in a dry garage for 17 years
  • In 2005 the car was put back into operation by specialists from Pantera Performance
  • The condition of the tachometer seems to be correct!
  • Czech registration
  • All documents were checked and the car was photographed personally by Auctomobile
  • Other features: possibility of assisting with transport, storage and Trusted Checkout payment

When Alejandro DeTomaso retired from race car driving he turned to car manufacturing, and by the late 1960s had given the world the bug-like 4-cylinder Vallelunga and the radical V8 Mangusta coupes—aesthetically interesting and competent road cars.
In the meantime, Ford had been seeking to acquire an exotic car company, and they landed on DeTomaso’s doorstep. The radical Mangusta was interesting in concept but not quite right for the American market, but the car DeTomaso had in the works was—the Pantera. A deal was struck.
The car debuted at the New York Auto Show in 1970, and with Ford's backing, the plan was to import 10,000, to be sold at Lincoln-Mercury dealerships around the country.
Styling for the Pantera came courtesy of the young Tom Tjaarda at Ghia, and the crisp lines and long snout sat atop a pressed-steel unit chassis, while its off-the-shelf 310-hp, 351-ci “Cleveland” V8 was situated midship and paired with a 5-speed ZF transaxle. Weight distribution was predictably biased toward the rear, 150 mph was not out of the question, and the car came with amenities like air conditioning, which American buyers demanded.
Early production issues plagued the $10,000 Pantera, Car & Driver said in August 1971: "As you skim over the pavement in the Pantera you can’t help feeling smug. You hear the engine rumbling along from its station back by your shoulder blades—a mechanical arrangement even novitiate automotive visionaries will recognize as a little piece of tomorrow today. And the looks. Oh wow—like something that just rolled out of the Turin Show."
Ford pulled the plug on the program after 1974, when around 5.500 Panteras had been sold. DeTomaso continued to produce the car in Europe up until 1991, though the cars of the Ford years are generally the most sought after.

This rare pre-L model has a fully documented history with only two previous owners in the USA. The first from 1972 to 1983 and the second one bought the car with only 4.000 miles on the clock! He put the car into a dry storage in 1988, where the car spent the next 17 years. In 2005, the car was put back into operation by specialists from Pantera Performance, Denver (new Holley carburettor, new fuel tank). This second owner then sold the car in 2014 to Germany and in 2017 the car was imported to the Czech Republic, where it is currently registered. The condition of the tachometer seems to be correct and with the documented history it is very probable, the car has really only 16.000 miles original miles on clock!
The original Ford Cleveland engine (blue-labelled) was resealed in 2019, when the car got also a new radiator and pipes.

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