Featured Member: Michel Savard
 photo Dale Sweitzer_zps3uhmb9h4.jpg Michel (display name mic) is posed with his 1974 Pantera L, chassis 6610. The picture was taken at a car show held at “the Julep” in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He's holding the event's First Place award, congratulations Mic!

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The resurrection of #4899 - a Group 4 inspired journey..

When midlife crisis hits and the only cure seems to be an Italian mid engine car - then the Pantera is the perfect drug! Having built a 68 Mustang previously the thing I know was that I wanted a car that could handle, not only red light races but corners as well! And since I really love those massive wheel arches on the Group 4 cars my mind got set on building a full out race car. Or, well, maybe. Wouldn’t it be nice if I was able to drive it on public roads? Or even Historic Racing? Or why...Read More...
Last Reply By clayt · First Unread Post

ZF Gear Speedo Ratio /1 and /2

Hello all, I have a question regarding the speedo gear ratio in the ZF: The 5DS25/1 has a ratio of 2.4 (5 teeth on output shaft and 12 on the speedo shaft), the /2 has a ratio of 2 (6 and 12). The 90° adapter has a 1:1 ratio in both versions. Do they have a different ratio in the speedometer? Or is something else not original in the above said gear configurations? Background is, that I have a slightly worn worm gear with 5 teeth and a perfect one with 6 teeth and wondering what to build in...Read More...
Last Reply By denisc · First Unread Post
team, looking for some advice before I launch this project. When I pulled 4072 out of winter sleep my OEM gas pedal snapped in half. I ordered a new one but would like to ask the team, can I just remove the old pedal arm from under the dash or do I have to remove the entire pedal assembly with brake and clutch to replace? Looking at the schematics it looks like I could remove my seat and tap out a retaining pin on the pedal??? ThanksRead More...
Last Reply By davecantagallo-canada4072 · First Unread Post
Due to unexpected recent health issues, I am selling my astonishing and very rare, original, series 2, RHD, Longchamp cabrio, VIN 3211. It is a metallic Blue "Tour de France" with immaculate cream interior and black top. Car is close to concours and 100 % matching. Mileage is around 43.000 km ( 27.000 miles ) and believed to be accurate. The car has been spending all of her life in Australia, and was imported by me in 2016. Drives absolutely perfect ! Everything works as it should, AC is ice...Read More...
Last Reply By candy2862 · First Unread Post

repro mangusta tool kit for sale

In case you are not often on Ebay.it, seller has also advertised without the tools for less. The spanners and spark plug wrench are not quite right, the pliers don't have the 'wings', the leatherwork is too beautiful... but all in all not a bad kit... https://www.ebay.com/itm/TOOL-KIT-BAG-DE-TOMASO-MANGUSTA-no-kit-ferrari-maserati-porsche-pantera/193242887640?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649Read More...

SS ZF Vent Tube

Bought one from Pantera Performance, It has a screw on fitting, but I can't figure how that's suppose to attach to the existing tube. Surely you don't remove the existing one and tap the hole for the threaded fitting, because that's never going to happen! Wonder why it couldn't have been made to simply press fit over the tube or attach it via a flexible tube, something much less invasive?Read More...
Last Reply By husker · First Unread Post

Original wheels and tyres.

Hi i would like to make my Mangusta tyres web page better. Currently I don’t think it is right. However it is difficult. https://www.longstonetyres.co.uk/classic-car-tyres/de-tomaso/mangusta.html do you guys know what the original wheel and tyre set up on these cars was? Because they are such rare cars data is difficult to come by . I have some old books from period that say 185-15 front and 225-15 Rear . do you know what brand and tread? i think there are a lot of low profile tyres out...Read More...
Last Reply By leea · First Unread Post
I am searching for a driver's side engine cover. The one with the bulge for the external fuel filler neck. It's the bottom one in the diagram below. Mike Mayberry has a bunch of the earlier style covers but I am hoping to find the correct one for my car.Read More...
Last Reply By stevebuchanan · First Unread Post

foam air filter burned

I have installed a Holley double pumper early last year. it happens now twice that by turning on the engine that smoke came out of the air filter, the foam looks like grilled. The car drive well at certain speed but turns of by stopping. Is the carb wrong adjusted only, or possibly the valves as well ? thanks, UliRead More...
Last Reply By uli · First Unread Post

P.O.C.A. Parts Cross Reference (from 1993)

rocky
This information came as an insert in a 1993 POCA newsletter. I wanted to post it at the POCA Forum, but there doesn't seem to be a way for me to post attachments there. I also wanted to thank JFB5177 for formatting the PDF for me. Anyway - you will probably have problems sourcing the parts from the cars listed, but I hope this provides valuable information to someone. It's useful to have in your collection. RockyRead More...
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Decklid

king
Anyone looking for an aluminum decklid. Beautiful shape. I believe it was used on a pantera set up for racing. Contact me thru email please. Mikedmayberry@hotmail.comRead More...

Mystery Turn Signal Switch

captaintobeys
I found this switch in spare parts. It seems to be different then the switch I have in my 1973. The Part number on it is 70EB--13335-A1A. 8 wire connector. Is this worth anything to anyone. I doubt it works. Why else would it be in the spare parts pile I got with the car when I bought it. Feels OK.Read More...

#9634 - 1991 90 Si - Sold by Goodings

peterh
#9634 sold earlier this month for $357,000 USD at the Ameila Island 2020 Goodings auction. It is claimed that this car was the one displayed at the 1991 Frankfurt Motor Show by De Tomaso. It spent most of its life in the Netherlands and has only 308 km on it. https://www.goodingco.com/vehicle/1991-de-tomaso-pantera-90-si/Read More...
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