The De Tomaso Mangusta was introduced in 1966 and produced from 1967 to 1971 when the popular Pantera model took over. The Mangusta replace the Vallelunga model on which it was based, and was the second road going vehicle made by the Italian manufacturer. The Euro version of the De Tomaso Mangusta was powered by a mid-mounted 306-hp Ford 289 V8 engine while the version made for the North American market featured a Ford HiPo 289 engine for the first units and a Ford 302 V8 engine with an output of 221 hp for the later units. Driving through a 5-speed ZF transaxle, the top speed of the De Tomaso Mangusta was recorded at 155 mph. The 1969 De Tomaso Mangusta was equipped with rack and pinion steering, all-around disk brakes, four wheel independent suspension, air conditioning, and power windows, which placed the model ahead of competition.
The history of car manufacturer De Tomaso is quite interesting and each model was made in many versions, which can make it complicated to understand. If you’re unclear about the history of a particular example, the experts of The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be happy to answer your questions. The team also regularly shares tips and advice on how to make a good transaction. A good practice is to have the owner take you for a spin and observe the way he takes care of the car and drives it. A model that was cared for will give you much satisfaction and is less likely to give you trouble. The Beverly Hills Car Club has an extensive inventory of classic cars for sale and their collection is constantly growing. Come visit their Los Angeles classic car dealership and view the examples of 1969 De Tomaso Mangusta for sale.
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