quote:Originally posted by Joules:quote:Originally posted by PanteraDoug:
Sure, for $30,000, but that's all they will bring.
Then they bring out the Jay Leno's Garage video and start talking about all of the things that STILL NEED to be fixed.
Original cars are on the bottom of the pile.
If you can point me to recent sales of cars that indicate you can get a decent Pantera for $30K then I am happy to be corrected. IMO those days are long gone, that said perhaps you'd like to sell me yours? I'll give you $30K sight unseen.
No doubt! I'd be a buyer for any non-rusty, mostly original, driver quality Pantera for $30K, but unfortunately those days are LONG gone.
I recently (within the last 3 months) turned down 2 serious offers from different people on my mostly original 73; one for $55K & the other for $60K, and it is it isn't even for sale. It would take a lot more than that to get me to sell. I'm seeing a lot of interest from late model Lamborghini owners who tell me their cars are just "too refined" and lack the "raw feeling and feedback" that cars like the Pantera have.