Buying or Selling a 1977 De Tomaso Pantera?
First introduced in 1970 at the New York Auto Show, the De Tomaso Pantera was a two-seater Italian sports car. The first examples were built in 1971 and soon imported by Ford onto the US market. Thanks to a beautiful body, great performance and an affordable price—compared to other Italian sports cars such as Ferraris and Maseratis, the De Tomaso Pantera was very popular. The model was penned by Ghia and featured an attractive body style with sharp lines and a low profile. The interior featured a more complete equipment set than the previous De Tomaso model—the Mangusta, including air conditioning, and was also more spacious and comfortable. 5,500 examples of the De Tomaso Pantera were sold by Ford until 1975. After that, fewer examples were sent from Italy to the US. The 1977 De Tomaso Pantera provided its owners with much driving enjoyment with its powerful V8 engine, great handling, and balanced weight distribution.
1977 De Tomaso Pantera Seller’s Guide
If you’re considering selling your 1977 De Tomaso Pantera and would like to get a good price, the Alex Manos team is a good place to start. The team has a wide inventory of classic cars for sale and the collection is regularly growing. Come visit the Los Angeles dealership to meet the experts and show them your example. Not only will the friendly staff go the extra mile to help you sell your Pantera—whether or not it fits in their collection, but also they’ll share useful tips and advice on how to make the best deal. For one, it can be useful to take your classic to a mechanic who will advise on small and easy fixes that can reduce the buyer’s advantage and increase the value of your 1977 De Tomaso Pantera.
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Please don’t hesitate to call Alex Manos and his team today to ask for more tips and advice on how to make the best 1977 De Tomaso Pantera sale. Thanks to their long-time experience in the industry, the experts will be able to give you useful information and best practice for selling classics. Call today to get started!