Buying or Selling a 1970 De Tomaso Mangusta?
The De Tomaso Mangusta was produced from 1967 to 1971. It succeeded to the De Tomaso Vallelunga and was replaced by the popular De Tomaso Pantera. The model was named after the arachnid mongoose, main predator of the cobra snake—referring to the Shelby Cobra. A total of 400 examples of the De Tomaso Mangusta were built, 150 units of which were Euro versions. A Ford 302 V8 with an output of 221 hp powered the model made for the North American market while the European models were fitted with a Ford 289 V8 engine producing 306 hp. Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, the body was low and sleek and easily recognizable with its gullwing doors. The De Tomaso Mangusta was an appealing and affordable high-performance GT with a claimed top speed of 155 mph.
1970 De Tomaso Mangusta Seller’s Guide
The Mangusta was the first De Tomaso model to be built in significant numbers and is nowadays a rare classic, sought after by many collectors. The Alex Manos team has a large inventory of classic cars for sale at their Los Angeles dealership and their constantly growing collection might need a 1970 De Tomaso. Call the experts today to find out and get an offer. Thanks to their long-time experience in the industry, they’ll guide you through the selling process to make your transaction as easy and smooth as possible. The team also regularly shares tips and advice on all classics. Call the team today and ask for a checklist of things to do before selling a 1970 De Tomaso. For example, they’ll tell you to gather all the documentation available in a folder for easy viewing.
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Alex Manos and his team are at your disposal to help you sell your 1970 De Tomaso at the right price. Visit the Los Angeles dealership or call the team today to speak with the experts about the model. The team is looking forward to meeting you soon!