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Originally posted by 1Quik72:
...................wow !......comp2, your car looks like mine !,.........i love the silver color...............DAVE[/QUOTE]

That was a "photoshop" rendering. I am still searching for a color. I like yours. What color/silver is it?

Gary
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Originally posted by george pence:
how about 2 Gp4 cars in one picture, the Candy Pantera, and the Andy Warhol Pantera, aka Candy & Andy. Owner: Patrick Hals

Two more Group 4 below, fakes yes, but what the hey, we still wake the neighbors:

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I'm located in Richmond, B.C., where the Vancouver Airport is. Will, where are you located? I'm a member of Panteras Northwest and you can usually see my car at our annual "Italian Days" show in North Vancouver or at the annual Pantera show at Birch Bay Park in Wash. State with our U.S. members, as well as our big (also annual) Langley car show as well as many smaller shows around the Vancouver area. I've owned it for about 25yrs now and just recently bought a 74 in many pieces that I am restoring for my son. There's a good gathering of Panteras out west here, so if anyone is out this way, give me a call.
Steve
I don't have a website, but here is a brief description. The engine is currently out after having two Comp Cams go flat so I went to a full roller setup (whole top end) specced out for my Webers by Mark McKeon of mmeracing.com (618 lift) (and reccomended by George Pence). The bottom end is being done by cc-racing.com. It has a Pete Jackson gear drive, roller rockers, windage tray, stainless one piece valves, reworked rods and is getting forged pistons and completely balanced. The 180 headers are made by me as a winter project as well as the roof scoops, "elephant" ears and rear wing. The roof scoops hold an engine oil cooler and a radar detector. The whole car is braced and cross braced by me (probably overkill). It has an MSD 7al 2 ignition box, Moroso oil accumulator, and Supertrapps. I am now in the process of dropping the floor pans before I get the engine back. The transaxle is safety wired, Centerforce clutch and long throw slave. The rear suspension is chromed and stock with the exception of the upper a-arms which are adjustable for the 345 Yokohamas. The front has a camber lock kit. The rear deck opens electrically from my car alarm or from a toggle switch inside the car. (great for car shows!) There is a small camera mounted on the transaxle and a screen on the dash so I can back into my garage a little easier....(after my son guided me in and I took the passenger door mirror off).....or the camera can be moved anywhere on the car and hooked to a 12v vcr and any engine problems recorded so I can see potential problems etc.....I added the flare kit a few years ago as I always wanted a wide body.

Steve

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