A high bid at auction is no representation of market value, nor is a single sale. Why do so many people try to talk these cars down and deride a sellers ad?

#4981 appears to be a nice original survivor car, Hagerty Valuation has a #3 'Good' condition '73 at $82K (May 2019) and their valuation is built of a cross section of sales. Maybe the market is on the decline but I think Warren is priced fairly at current market.

eBay pricing doesn't matter as much as the market exposure, it's the cheapest few bucks you can spend to get Worldwide exposure IMO.

The here offered car is a very nice original Pantera, no doubt about it.

 And you are right, it is not good to talk it down in the offer. So I gonna stop here, but ingorance of the facts is not reasonable, the least to say.


Good luck with you sale, really nice car.

Very nice original car here!  Warren, I assume you have the tub and fasteners as well? 

The color looks exactly like mine. 

I've never done business with BAT but it looks like a fair way to sell a car and the interaction between buyers and sellers in the comment section is something unique that you won't get at Hemmings, Ebay or the live auction places.

Good luck!

Hi All

Just placed my car on Ebay and it's getting alot of interest!

Quite frankly it's the most original and by far the most reasonably priced for a car such as this. The added benefit to the new owner would be no taxes or dealer fees incurred by new owner!

Still hoping it will go to someone on our site who can really appreciate vehicle for what it is!


gilles027 posted:

I don't get it either but that 


MECUM car gave as I said $54.000 no matter what Richard thinks or believes, it is a matter of facts.

What I said was I bought the car. It did not sell at Mecum. I believe Pantera’s are worth in the $70’s and $80’s   I personally only buy as investment.  And I buy lucky. 

Mecum was below the dealers cost. I wish I could have bought at that price.   I just can’t tell my wife another car lol.  

gilles027 posted:

removed it


I don’t think the term ignorant is polite nor was Mecum a good example since the seller didn’t sell the car.  I have been collecting cars for 40 years and have a few. The Pantera is a good investment as a classic.  I think Warren could get close to his ask from the right buyer. 

warrenvictor posted:

Hi Richard


I dont need the $$

But please find me the "right" buyer!! Lol

If I hear I would certainly turn your way.  I am in the buying mode but varied taste and after three mustangs thought Pantera would add to ford era. I normally collect Europesn but this is Euro American and Italian.  I like British and Italian. Rather a glutton for punishment.  LoL 


What can you tell me about all the systems on the car. What does work 100% correctly, what doesn't work at all and what works partially. Have you done any cooling system upgrades, does the A/C blow cold. Is it the original compressor or have you converted it to a Sanden compressor and R134? Etc etc Thanks!


FYI I bought warrens car. we are just waiting for all the mail transactions to go through. I have owned and still own many cars but never a car with Ford drive train. The car was on my bucket list. Im excited! Recently sold my 1 off RUF BTR C4 and I needed a different replacement! This will definitely be different! jim


Congrats. It’s my first Pantera also and in St Louis to be moved.  Just completed 2500 mile gentlemen’s rally with 80 supercars and in cab from Chicago to toronto   Looking forward to adding my Pantera.  I have some horse and other cars and bikes. Enjoy your new purchase. 

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