Originally posted by RRS1: Seems to be a pretty active dealer in Pantera's Does anybody have any experience.
Yes I have. Unless you can physically & visually inspect the vehicle, I would NOT rely on their description of ANY vehicle in their inventory. Also Beverly Hills Car Club is NOT in B.H., but rather in a less than desirable neighborhood in East Los Angles.
Beverly Hills Car Club is the personification of the Latin adage "Caveat Emptor" ( Buyer Beware)...Mark
I bought recently a Mercedes from them and had just seen the pictures before. They provide you with some kind of low light pictures which makes the car better looking than it is. I strongly recommend to go and have a look yourself. Most of their cars are parked in a hangar in which there is little light. Better come with your own lamp. Brgds Hartwig
joules"Racing is Life, anything before or after is just waiting" - Steve McQueen
I once inquired about a Pantera race car that they had for sale and it appears they now they have my e-mail address. They just sent through an end of year sale notification including the below 1972 Pantera reduced to $15,800. Still a heck of a project to take on, but looks like it is wearing 10" Campi's on the back that offset some of the initial investment at least, no ZF though.
A thorough inspection would be recommened even at these prices. I always wonder how and where they find all this crap? Do they travel around like "American Pickers" looking for barn (or more field in their case) finds?
Yeah, sorry to say I gave up on them getting anything good. Good to say, I appreciate the warnings!
The Hunt is still on but getting harder. Pre L cars that have not been restored very much (which is what I want) are rusted. Cars that are not rusted have too much done to them for a restoration project.
Keep the faith RRS. After searching all over for a year I found one sitting in a garage with 15 years of dust and no rust. They are out there, you just have to keep faith and use this web site alot. It was another member who sent me a PM and hooked me up. Good luck!
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