From 1985 to 1991, the model of Pantera in production was the GT5-S. S stood for steel and referred to the steel extended fenders previously made with polyester on the GT5 model. The 1990 De Tomaso Pantera GT5-S is similar to its predecessor in many ways. The Ghia design wasn’t much different, featuring a low wedge-shaped profile and long lines with a combination of smooth and sharp angles. Inside, the cabin features a harmonious dash with complete equipment and buyers could customize their Pantera with multiple leather coloring and wood inserts on the dash and doors. The 351 Cleveland engine used since 1971 on the Pantera was no longer available from 1988 and was replaced by the V8-351 Windsor built by Ford Canada. The capacity remained of 5.7 liters and the new unit was slightly lighter thanks to a light cast iron piece.
If you’re interested in purchasing an example of 1990 De Tomaso Pantera, you must already know a lot about the model and the current market situation. Interesting to know that a few examples were converted into targa by Pavesi in Milano and are nowadays among the rarest Panteras. Don’t hesitate to call The Beverly Hills Car Club team today if you have questions about the model or the buying process. Thanks to many years of experience in the classic car industry, the experts have an extensive knowledge of De Tomaso Panteras and will share useful tips and advice with you on how to make a smart transaction. What’s more, the team has a wide inventory of classics for sale and their collection is constantly growing. Come visit their Los Angeles classic car dealership and find the 1990 De Tomaso Pantera of your dreams!
The Beverly Hills Car Club team welcomes you anytime at their Los Angeles showroom. The friendly staff will show you the current models of 1990 De Tomaso Pantera for sale and answer your questions on the best practice for buying a good classic. Call today to make an appointment, the team is looking forward to meeting you soon.
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