The last De Tomaso Pantera GT5-S was achieved in 1991 and was replaced by the Pantera SI, then called the Pantera 200. The Pantera GT5-S was fitted with a 5.7-liter V8-351 Windsor made by Ford Canada and featured gorgeous design as well as a harmonious cabin offering plenty of customization options. The De Tomaso Pantera SI or 200 was the last model of the De Tomaso era and was the most radical evolution. Marcello Gandini was responsible for the restyling and the body was heavily reworked although the lines of Tjaarda were still recognizable. Carburetors were left behind to be replaced by a more modern fuel injection system still by FordFord EFI. The engine was the same 5-liter V8 302 powering the Mustangs of the 1990s. 305 hp were now available in comparison to the 247 hp of the original model.
Only 41 examples of De Tomaso Pantera SI came out of the De Tomaso Automobili factory and 4 of them were transformed into targa by Carrozzeria Pavesi. Those 4 examples were chassis number 9636, 9637, 9638 and 9639, and were slightly heavier. Please don’t hesitate to call The Beverly Hills Car Club team anytime if you’re looking for additional information on a particular example. The staff will also share their tips and advice on how to make a smart purchase. For example, it is highly recommended to hire a classic De Tomaso expert to carry out a complete pre-purchase inspection and make sure you’re fully aware of the history and condition of the example, as well as the future service and maintenance needs. As service can be onerous, it’s best to include it in your budget before making any decision.
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