I would like to thank all those who have responded. Here is a bit more information. 1971 - 1974 Panteras are fine. The closer the car is to stock condition the better we will like it. Green, pink and orange colors are out - my wife does not like those colors. A car needing paint is fine as long as the price is not for a perfect car. We are somewhat familiar with Panteras as we had a red 1972 in the early eighties. I have played with old cars since I bought my first Model T in 1962. For the last 20 years I have done upholstery on collector cars full time. Currently we drive our 1936 Packard 120 convertible sedan. I am working on finishing the restoration of a 1931 Cadillac and have a 1914 Model T speedster waiting for its turn. Please let me know of what you have for sale or of any Pantera for sale that you may know about. Thank you, Keith. 253-841-1126 west coast time, days and evenings. oldcars@comcast.net
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Yes, my Pantera #02749 went quickly, weeks before the Snakebite issue "hit the stands", which was somewhat late this time. I received an offer from a fellow SAAC member greater than my asking price in the ad and more in line with what I should have asked in the first place for a car in this condition. My thanks to all who have inquired, and my apologies for not being able to pull the ad before it was printed. -Ron

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