Just minor?

wheels, interior and paint are different 

 Have now learned it is a prototype and not a production version 

Larry

really stiff suspension! 

notice when entering the building, a board under the left front, lifted the left rear and the right front of the ground.

I recognize Greenwich Avenue..possibly Miller Motorcars of Greenwich Connecticut USA...as one of the wealthiest communities in the USA it makes sense to show the P72 there or perhaps deliver to a lucky customer...

The production P72 was to have a Ford engine.and not the Ferrari engine in the pre-production P72.

Can anyone weigh in on what engine is in this P72

 

Yes, good eye.  Miller Motorcars.

There was a comment on the email list from Larry Stock who said he had learned it was a pre-production model. The multiple differences seem to indicate it is not just a cosmetically changed version of the Monterey car. No word on power in the blue P 72.

Larry

 

 

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I would be bummed if my new car was a "Stanley Steemer" like that...  But maybe that's just the new engine.

The video didn't provide a real "DeTomaso Sound"...  hard to judge from 2 minutes of YouTube video.

 

I think I'll hold onto my $850K for a while....

 

Rocky

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rocky posted:

I would be bummed if my new car was a "Stanley Steemer" like that...  But maybe that's just the new engine.

The video didn't provide a real "DeTomaso Sound"...  hard to judge from 2 minutes of YouTube video.

 

I think I'll hold onto my $850K for a while....

 

Rocky

For anyone who has lived in the Northeast USA winter days often combine cool temperatures and high humidity.Starting an engine in these conditions creates visible exhaust gases that resemble steam in appearance.This disappears once the engine is warmed up.

Spend the $ 1 M...don't forget to add the dealer mark-up.

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