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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Pantera #2511, restoration progress

All, I haven’t posted any photos recently and with the painting process very close to actually spraying color and clear, I thought I would share some before and after photos. Color will be an exact match for the previous color, and 2511 should look better than new by the end of this year. Fingers crossed. LarryRead More...
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I have a little issue with my seats. A wire is pushing on the center of lumber area. No hole but if I don't address it there will be. I suspect a connecting band broke. I took the seats to the apholsterer and he pointed out a small split with the side panel at the beginning of the stitching , connecting the holes. (The rest of the seat is perfect. ) to repair the issues he said he would need to re-stitch the entire cover (50 and year old thread) and replace that panel. Since he can not be...Read More...
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Rebuilt Hub carriers FS again...

I bought these carriers even though I did not need them. I figured they would be impossible to find if I ever did need a set. I was recently quoted 4K for set that "might be able to be located". If my car was sitting on jackstands I would be happy to have this set and get the car back on the ground. The first picture is from the ad when I bought them and they were sent to me assembled. I sprayed the light coat of black paint off them with carb cleaner and then sprayed them with grease for...Read More...

New Kirk Evans Front and Rear Bumpers

Bought these from Kirk a couple of years ago. Never ended up using them. I paid $525.00 for the Front L bumper and $430.00 for the rear Euro bumpers. These are both top quality parts. Sell the set for $850.00 + shipping. PM me if interested. MikeRead More...

Set of (4) 17" Hall Ultra Wheels and Pirelli Tires for Wide Body Pantera

Set of 4 Hall Ultra wheels with centers, knock offs and lug nuts. Tires are older Pirelli P Zeros with a lot of tread. These are set up for a wide body Pantera and fit perfectly with the correct back spacing. I just pulled these off on my Pantera. I can ship them individually via Fed Ex Ground. $2950.00 PM me if interested.Read More...

Seeking feedback regarding new mufflers and their effect on EXHAUST DRONE

I have had Pantera mufflers on my Mangusta / Corvette since 1972. Displacement is 350CI with 2.25" header pipe. They came off of a car that was being worked on at Ford R & D in Dearborn. They were fine for about 35,000 miles and then I started to get the dreaded "drone" between 18 and 2,200 RPM where most of my driving is. I have a new set of what is available from Hall Pantera. I am worried about the return of the "drone" when I put them on. Has anyone had that problem when putting a...Read More...
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I have wheels for a wide body Pantera for sale. The fronts are 16'x 8", and the rears are 17"x 11". The Wheels are used but in very good shape ( no curb rash just a few nicks probably from hitting the wheel with the lug wrench, probably could be buffed out if you so desired but you really do not notice themRead More...
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For Sale 393 Cleveland Stroker Engine 610HP

I am selling a 393" Cleveland stroker built by Tom Klein (Klein Engines) with a unique serial #1213 that he would be able to reference. I have his documentation and build sheet. Built with ALL NEW parts excluding the block, cylinder heads, intake manifold and timing cover. Block and heads were professionally reconditioned to the highest possible degree of mechanical tolerances. Even the oil drain-back hole in the lifter valley was smoothed out. The intake manifold was professionally ported...Read More...


Up for sale , a pair of stock cooling fans from my S-car. Excellent working condition !!! $200.00 plus shipping thanks for looking lotusnut99@yahoo.com 973-650-5097Read More...


George P
The barefoot American model pictured below is perched upon a Serenissima racing prototype circa 1968. There is of course a De Tomaso connection; a story that intertwines the republic of Venice, De Tomaso, Count Giovanni Volpi, the Ferrari Palace Revolt of 1961, ATS, Scuderia Serenissima, Tom Tjaarda, Mangustas and Panteras. Interested? I'm not going to take the time to compose a story and post pictures if nobody is interested. So if you're curious … let me know.Read More...
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