I have also decided to part with one of my Panteras; a mid-year 1972 Pre-L #3335.
I've owned the car for the last 9 years and it has lived in Texas all that time. I purchased it out of Atlanta, GA. Currently shows 33,880 miles on the ODO, but like most I wouldn't hang my hat on that.
This is a "show & go", Driver-quality Pre-L with cooling upgrades - Fluidyne aluminum radiator in lay-down config with Flex-A-Lite sucker fans. The car was recently gone through completely by Frank Jerome, our local DFW Pantera guru.
The car runs and shifts right, and has new rubber on powder-coated campys all around. Right now it is mostly stock and would make a great candidate for someone who wanted to create a fully bone-stock Pre-L. The car is not perfect, but it's not a 20-footer either. The paint and bright work look great both up close and far away. The interior and carpets are good, and the seats are late Pre-L stock. The gauges work, the AC doesn't, but the car runs cool and smooth all day long. Radio is currently out of the car, but I have installed an authentic Gorilla Tape(tm) radio-delete cover (I think I do have the radio around here somewhere). I also have a Rick Moseley Rely Kit available for extra $$ if a buyer is so inclined.
I'm reluctantly selling this one because as I mentioned, I have two Panteras and want to focus on just one. This is really a great car with tons of potential. I can provide additional pics as well as independent evaluations of the car upon request. The car is located in Texas and priced right, at $36,500.