The De Tomaso Pantera was first introduced in 1970, at the New York Auto Show. The first examples were built in 1971 and soon imported by Ford onto the US market. The De Tomaso Pantera was popular for its affordable price compared to other Italian sports cars such as Ferraris and Maseratis. Penned by Ghia, the model featured an attractive body style with sharp lines and a low profile. The interior was more comfortable than the previous De Tomaso modelthe Mangustaand featured a more complete equipment set including air conditioning. Ford sold 5,500 examples of the De Tomaso Pantera until 1975. After that, fewer examples were sold in the US, coming from Italy. With its powerful V8 engine, great handling, and balanced weight distribution, the 1977 De Tomaso Pantera provided its owners with much driving enjoyment.
If you’re considering a 1977 De Tomaso Pantera for your next car purchase, The Beverly Hills Car Club is a good place to start. The team has a wide inventory of classic cars for sale and the collection is growing. Come visit the Los Angeles dealership to have a look at the current examples they have available. In the meantime, don’t hesitate to browse the website to find out more about the services offered by the team. Not only will the friendly staff go the extra mile to help you find your perfect modelwhether or not it’s in their collection, but also they’ll share useful tips and advice on how to make the best deal. For one, make sure that the modifications made by the successive owners didn’t affect the integrity of the car’s mechanics. Hiring experts to help you evaluate the condition and value of the classic is often the best way to go to avoid any surprises.
Please call The Beverly Hills Car Club team today to ask for more tips and advice on how to make the best 1977 De Tomaso Pantera purchase. Thanks to their long-time experience in the industry, the experts will be able to give you useful information on the model and buying process. Call today to get started!
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