True! As values of vehicles increase so the barn finds start popping up to become works of art! The early 70's muscle cars weren't worth much and could be had for next to nothing just a decade ago. It was even hard to justify a good paint job! Then, look at the Hemi, AAR Cudas and T/A Challengers now. Something that looks like it's ready for the junk yard brings $30,000 and three times that if it's a Hemi junker. The same will happen with the Pantera. The Pantera may actually start to bring better prices due to the fact that it's also a very attractive car and not just another collectible.