I WANT IT TO GO TO A GOOD HOME. 10607 MILES AND ONE OWNER UNTIL 10/08. I HAVE ALL DEALER DOCUMENTS. Approx $17000 just spent to update. This included stainless gas tank,radiator,cooling tubes,full clutch kit, engine removed and cleaned along with detailing of engine compartment. Distributor updated but every effort was made to keep the car stock.Rides on new BF Goodrich tires but I have the original Arrivas too. Still has the original inspection sticker. The body has 3 small nicks from being in storage CALL FOR FURTHER DETAILS. 908 914-6254 AND PLEASE ***NO BROKERS OR LISTING AGENTS*** Priced at $52,900
MORE PICTURES BELOW 6/10 SOLD **SOLD**SOLD

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Very nice, Any rust issues being in the north east and can air conditioning be re-connected and does it work? Any body work? Thanks, Ozone
I knew I would never use the A/C,and the bill was getting to be costly, so I had to draw the line. I'd be happy to show the receipts to any serious buyer.
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Ozone, No rust, and it has nice clean wheel wells. Still has markings under the hood from when it was produced.2 or 3 minor nicks from being in storage. If the next owner adds the A/C belt, and converts it to the new freon system, it should be fine.
Very nice, very clean original car. (My preference.) Hard to tell in the pics, but is that an antenna sticking out of the passenger side rear quarter? Could be my eyesight.

Anyway, hope you do great on it!
Thanks for the kind words!
Yes that is an antenna in the right rear quarter. It is a power antenna. Is/was that a stock feature? The antenna works fine and there is a switch under the dash. I have to admit, I never turn the radio on..... I like to hear the engine !!!!!
Once again, U.S Panteras did not come from the factory with radios, antenna or outside mirrors. They were all dealer-installed options, and what got installed (and in the case of antenna, where it was placed) varied from dealer to dealer. So 'stock' depends on many, many factors.
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WOW! Looks like a REAL NICE CAR for the money.

Wow, I'll say. This car seems at least $10000 too cheap, even in today's market imo.
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Originally posted by vyprgt2:
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WOW! Looks like a REAL NICE CAR for the money.

Wow, I'll say. This car seems at least $10000 too cheap, even in today's market imo.


I had a guy call me 2 weeks ago and he said the same thing !
Pricing a car can be a challenge. I think sometime cars don’t sell because they are priced too low and buyers assume there is something wrong with it.

Mike
Perhaps I should have priced it higher but I will say this, the price is firm. Its not a big deal for me to keep it. I have seen cars priced at $60K and they dont seem to sell, and I've also seen some fine examples sell for $47K. I'll probably bump it up in the spring,... if I still have it.
Good going. Glad somebody sold SOMETHING in this economy! Rare, valuable, pure stuff still is, and will be. Hope the new owner joins PI.
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Originally posted by A Hudson:
Good going. Glad somebody sold SOMETHING in this economy! Rare, valuable, pure stuff still is, and will be. Hope the new owner joins PI.


I had a hand full of people come look at it and EVERYONE loved it. Some were more serious than others and I entertained a few offers. The right buyer then flew in and bought it on the spot. Best of luck to him.
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