1974 Detomaso Pantera GT5 clone For Sale
58k miles Red w/ black leather interior

Upgrades to Engine:

-“Boss” 351 Cleveland upgraded to Hall Pantera Street Brut specifications 420HP Engine replaced at 52k miles (6000 miles ago)
-Roller rockers
-HP6 Hall Pantera roller Cam
-Rewired with updated fuse block
-MSD ignition
-Holman and Moody polished intake manifold
-760 Holley blueprinted carb
-10 qt oil pan
-Centerforce clutch
-Stainless slave cylinder fittings
-Billet Detomaso polished valve covers
-K&N airfilter w/ Pantera logo
-Stainless braided fuel lines
-Polished Stainless Steel radiator tanks
-Big Bore exhaust and headers (Sounds Awesome!)
-Spicer heavy duty half shafts
-Polished and safety wired ZF transmission shifts like butter
-R134 rotary A/C Compressor
-Hidden A/C lines
-Custom high capacity condenser and fan 38 degrees cold
-Billet polished A/C Drier w/ refillable filter
-Cooling system has Hall larger radiator and twin Spl fans (never over heats)
-Sure fire alternator
-High torque mega starter
-Red top Optima battery with quick disconnect
-H4 european head lights
-All receipts and paper work

Body Upgrades:

-GT5 flares, airdam, rear wing with carbon fiber end plates. Small roof spoiler never installed but painted and ready to install if you prefer
-Airdam mounted with 7 quick disconnect stainless button head screws and custom welded tabs behind for support. Fully and easily removable for service.
-Custom cut outs in the front flares to accommodate the turn signals
-Front and rear bumper removed and holes filled in for the smooth look.
-Windshield wipers removed and replaced with smooth grills w/ no holes
-New paint job done by “Kev’s Custom Paint”
-No rust and garage kept
-Hall adjustable billet shocks
-Rigidity kit front and rear
-Chrome sway bar with Detomaso emblem
-new brake pads and rotors
-stainless steel brake lines
-Carbon fiber dual side mirrors
-Engine compartment luggage tray insert
-New Kodiak FX rims 18x13 rear & 18x10 fronts
-Michelin Pilot Sports 335/30ZR18 rear
-Michelin Pilot Sports 255/35ZR 18 fronts


Interior Upgrades:

-All black leather interior. Doors, dash, console & seats(smells great!)
-Racing shoulder belts
-Carbon fiber dash insert
-Carbon fiber shifter plate suround and console tray
-Alarm system with remote door locks!
-Pioneer Am/Fm Cass w/ amp, 6 speaker overhead console & 2 in doors
-Black suede racing steering wheel with Isis logo
-Interior clock
-Black delrin short shifter shift knob
-Pantera logo mats

Price reduced to $46,950!
emery@hawaii.rr.com
***See a few photos in photo gallery section of the forum
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Originally posted by edmguru:
Emery,
Cherokee, warrior or 182 are good stable plat forms, the 337 would be nice fuel will kill you on the fore and aft. there's one next to me and he doesn't fly alot.


I totally agree with that. We had a frind of the families that used to let me fly the skymaster for fuel. We had fun with it but soon went back to renting the C-182. It was a little slower but was cheaper to rent then it was to just pay fuel for the Skymaster. That was 10 years ago!

C-182 is not glorious or fancy but is a great truck of an airplane. I have taken them to grassy fields and they don't care abit.

I have a couple thousand hours in C-310's. I love them. The one's we flew the most were the IO 550 bearcat conversions. Far better then turbo charged. Stay away from the C-310 turbo. Ok airplane but Turbo only real benifitial when your alone and want to put on the oxigen mask. Other then that it's just finike and higher maintenance. Hard to keep the props in sync.

The C-310 is a great truck to and good for all around icing conditions. Problem is insurance has skyrocketed on them. Price is coming down because with the increase price of insurance, many are just going to King Airs. Cheaper the twin, the bigger the problems.

I would love to get a Pits or Decathelon to lease back to the FBO.

Hard to beat the C-182 for basic transortation.

Gary
couple of friends of mine fly Pitts S2c's at local airshows. way too much for me (like I could even get in one). I do production work for thr Carolinas Historic Aviation tv program, so get to a lot of shows and fly-ins.
Sun-n-fun is comming up.
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