For nearly two months now, I've pursued the maroon GT5-S in Las Vegas. The Dealer is an easy fellow to talk to, lots of information & lots of upgrades to the car, priced firm at 175k. Drop dead gorgeous car in pictures. As the conversations continued, I asked for VIN digitals & engine bay pictures to affirm the 'square frame' as they say, prior flying out there to take the car. He said he wouldn't hold it, I better send a non-refundable deposit if I'm serious. I said I'll wait for the VIN & pictures w/the engine tub out. At that point, things soured. I was ignored. No return phone calls, voice mails & he wouldn't pick up the phone. No return emails. It took me weeks to figure this car out. Las Vegas is a large town, but not large enough to hide a GT5-S [or any other Pantera] for sale. I locked on. I tracked the car. The car is known for sure, but it's a 1973 'L' Model [made] GT5-S, built at a shop in Wisconsin. A 1973 which was cut & wide body panels welded on. No funny VIN business, just being touted as a real GT5-S. So often I call to inquire about a car, once I ask for the VIN to validate it they get scared, or they figure out I'm in the loop or in the know so-to-speak. This happened a six months ago on a 1974 GTS. I tracked it anyhow and several months later I got the car. Point is, you just can't hide from the internet today. Between George, Chuck, & don't forget Bill Van Ess documentation, we can track just about any car.