Introduced in 1970, the Pantera was De Tomaso’s first high selling model. The newly established Italian manufacturer became quite successful in the making of sports car, thanks to its affordable, high performing and aesthetically pleasing models. Penned by Ghia, the 1975 De Tomaso Pantera featured sharp lines and an aggressive look. Inside, the cabin was roomier than its predecessor, the De Tomaso Mangusta, and offered comfortable equipment such as air conditioning. The chassis design was similar to the previous model but with greatly improved weight distribution. Powered by a mid-mounted Ford Cleveland V8 engine with a capacity of 5.7 liters and 250 hp, the 1975 De Tomaso Pantera offered great handling and enjoyable driving experience. European models were slightly different in the design and also faster than the American examples because they didn’t have to comply with safety and emission regulations.
Should you be looking for a 1975 De Tomaso Pantera, The Beverly Hills Car Club is a great place to start. Their Los Angeles classic car dealership features a wide inventory of classic cars for sale and the collection is always increasing. The friendly staff will help you find the 1975 De Tomaso Pantera of your dreams whether or not it’s currently in inventory at the showroom. Thanks to many years of experience selling and buying classics of all makes, models and conditions, the team has contacts worldwide and an extensive knowledge of current market availabilities. Call the team today to ask about the 1975 De Tomaso Pantera available for sale and also get tips and advice from the team on how to make the best purchase. For example, they’ll tell you what is important to check on the Pantera before you make a decision, including rust and modifications made by previous owners.
The Beverly Hills Car Club is ready to assist you and help you with the purchase of your future 1975 De Tomaso Pantera. Call today to get started! The team is looking forward to speaking with you soon about classic cars.
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