The De Tomaso Pantera was built and sold from 1970 to 1993 and many changes were made to the model throughout the years. Between 1980 and 1985, the De Tomaso Pantera was produced in three different versions. The De Tomaso Pantera Lusso model was a luxurious and more comfortable version; the GTS was the sporty model made for the European market exclusively; and from 1980, a new GT5 model was offered. Outside, the 1982 De Tomaso Pantera can be identified by smaller side blinkers as used on the Ferrari 308, extended polyester fenders to fit larger wheels inspired from the racing GR 4 models and a more comfortable and well-equipped interior cabin with customizable options. A delta-style wing could be ordered, identical to the one used on the Lamborghini Countach.
Should you be in the market for a 1982 De Tomaso Pantera, you might already know a lot about the model and its history. An interesting fact is that in the middle of the 1980s, the international harmonization of chassis numbers lead to the use of a new code with 17 characters. The new chassis number will start with ZDT874000 instead of THPN. If you’re unsure about some specification regarding a particular model you’re interested in, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be happy to help. The friendly staff regularly shares tips and advice with their customers and friends, in order to make their experience easy and enjoyable. It is definitely recommended to make an informed purchase with the help of an expert and be aware of future service needs and maintenance costs.
Come visit The Beverly Hills Car Club in Los Angeles. The friendly staff welcomes you anytime and the experts are looking forward to speaking with you. The team will show you their inventory of classic cars for sale and go the extra mile to help you find the perfect example of 1982 De Tomaso Pantera.
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