Big fun. My friend from Tucson was running his car (The Werewolf) out on the salt at Bonneville for "World of Speed" 2021.
While it's not a Pantera, it has a lot of the proper characteristics: Mid-engined layout, transaxle, low slung, cool and sinister looking.
The car is a custom tube-frame body designed and built completely by my buddy, with a Manta fiberglass body kit - the Manta kits were built back in the early '70's.
The engine is a Donovan upsized to 383 Cu-in, the basic block is a lot like a Chevy 350. The car runs a Porsche G50 transaxle.
Werewolf was running in the 150 mph class, and the car hit 157 mph on it's first run. Perfect... another 3 mph and he would have been DQ'ed.
It was very cool to be out on the salt..... It was like going back in time. Very laid-back, but intense at the same time. All the drama of racing - the thrill of victory, the agony of defeat. You could see it all.
Reminds me of the stories of PI founder Fred Matsumoto driving his Pantera out from L.A. (towing a trailer), making some record breaking passes, then packing it up, and driving the car back to L.A.)
Enjoy the pictures.