panteraHello
I have not posted here since 2008 when my first Pantera was done.
But now i have a new project.
This spring i got a Pantera from Sweden. some body shop had rust repaired and painted it in 1986, since then it has been stored with all parts in boxes. The work they have done on the car is very poor so i have to do it again!

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Saab 900 clutch slave cylinder, I have the same on my other Pantera and it works great!pantera4

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Bondo must be cheap in Sweden Smiler

I have owned a paint and body shop for 25 years now and never seen something like this!!?pantera9

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Another great build in the making!

Keep the pictures coming!

Rocky

PS. I love the rear snow tires.... Are you going to build it into an ice-racer for those frozen lakes of yours?
agree with others, Thanks for sharing the magnificant work you are doing. can't wait to see the finish car.

especially like the real "gills" and air induction
Kim, that is a lot of very nice work, and all in only an hour or so! Very impressed! Big Grin
I try to get a lot done when i have time over from my buisness but it might be a little more than one hourSmiler
Nice work Kim. You are a talented craftsman.

I like the spin tool for the stacks. That would make a great YouTube video watching the tubing role into the stack..
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Here is the new engine fitted Bmw M5 S62B50


Fantastic engine! What a challenge to adapt this high tech engine to the Pantera!
Nice job Kim. After a dozen BMWs owned, it's nice to see the real BMW Motorsport engine in a beautiful body.

Btw, which part of Finland you are building this monster?
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Absolutely oustanding. I'm looking forward to further photos and when the 'beast' growling first time

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