Buying or Selling a 1973 De Tomaso Pantera?
The De Tomaso Pantera was a beautiful sports car made by newly established car manufacturer De Tomaso in Italy and introduced at the New York Auto Show in 1970. The model was produced from 1971 and was a huge success when introduced on the American market thanks to its top performance and very affordable price. Ford sold the De Tomaso Pantera in 5,500 examples until 1975 and a few cars were exported from Italy afterwards. Large black bumpers were fitted on the examples made for the American market, in order to pass the crash tests and comply with security regulations. The Pantera was fitted with a sophisticated mid-engine Cleveland Ford engine producing 248 hp and providing a thrilling driving experience. Inside, the Pantera was made more comfortable than previous models with complete equipment including air conditioning.
1973 De Tomaso Pantera Seller’s Guide
Very popular in the 1970s and 1980s, the 1973 De Tomaso Pantera is still a highly sought after classic, especially for examples in good condition. Should you be thinking about selling your example of classic De Tomaso, please don’t hesitate to contact Alex Manos and his team. The friendly staff will share useful tips and advice on how to make the best transaction. What’s more, their Los Angeles based dealership has a wide and growing inventory of classic cars for sale and the team is regularly adding new examples of classics of all makes, models, and conditions. Alex Manos and his team are known for their fair and honest deals. All offers are payable in cash and the team will offer to take care of paperwork and transportation if needed.
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The Alex Manos team has many years of experience dealing with classic cars. Their expertise can be useful when it comes to selling a classic. The friendly staff will guide you through the steps to help you make a good transaction in a hassle-free environment. Connect today and ask for a quote for your 1973 De Tomaso Pantera!