De Tomaso Pantera 1971.psd
A classic Italian sports car, the De Tomaso Pantera is a fine example of classic Italian design. It was first introduced in 1971 as a modified-Group 4 version. The first Pantera was developed by British engineer Mike Parkes. In 1972, a more powerful version came out. The two models share a similar engine. The 1970s model was a restyled, more powerful variant.
In the early 70s, the Pantera was made in Italy. The Ford company imported it to the United States and marketed it in Lincoln-Mercury dealerships. This was the first mid-engined production car. Eventually, the Pantera would become a much sought-after classic. But the production car became so popular that Ford decided to offer it in the U.S. It is a unique piece of automotive history.
The Pantera was a highly successful car. Among the first production cars to be manufactured with a mid-engine, the Pantera was a hit. It was a huge success for Ford, which brought it to the United States to sell in their Lincoln-Mercury dealerships. It is an extremely rare vehicle and deserves to be kept as such. It is one of the most desirable and iconic sports cars in the world.
The Pantera was a great success for Ford, and it was a win-win situation for both the car's designer and Ford. The Pantera was sold to Lincoln-Mercury dealers and was rebranded as De Tomaso's own car after 1973. The Pantera has since gained a cult following and has enjoyed a devoted following. Its easy service and affordable performance have made it a popular choice for many people looking for a classic supercar.