The car left the paintshop last week, and are now on it's way to the upholstery shop.

When that's done it will return to the paintshop to get a final polishing, and will have the windshield, emblems etc. installed.

And after that it will go to another shop to get a new set of adjustable coilovers mounted, and then it should be ready to ship to me in Denmark.

On it's way to the Upholstery shop in Nuevo, CA

Delivered at the shop. Doors etc. will be alighned later...

Originally posted by MacMan:
There's nothing like a new paint job. So nice! I used to have a 98 Cobra Mustang that was Laser Red! Nice color. Big Grin

I (ofcause) love that color. I rented a 2010 Ford Flex on my vacation to SoCal two years ago, and instantly fell in love with that color. So I was pretty sure what color to choose, when I bought the Pantera.

Originally posted by BOXXBOYS: I'm lurking in the Pantera shawdows at times and come across this. "Who would ever paint their Pantera Laser Red with Candy?"

Great Choice. Makes me shed a tear.

Dave X-3463

Damn nice car, Dave !!! My car is a spitting image of Yours. Wild !!!

Of course, seeing you change from that beautiful white to RED makes me shed a tear too... Ha Ha. dead horse roll on floor

Actually, the colour looks fantastic and you are going to have one very popular (the most popular?) car in Denmark when you are done. Even without the blonde cop-babes, I think the Pantera will win "most-popular" when you are at shows. I can just see the staged "chase" scenes involving your Fury and the Pantera!

Haha, Mark - Yeah, the white colorscheme was ofcause right up Your alley. I think it looked good too, but chose to ad some COLOR to it *LOL*
I was torn between the Ford "Laser Red" and the Corvette "Atomic Orange" for it.

Think I made the right choice, though...

Alot of the danish photographers that allready have taken alot of pictures of my other cars, can't wait till the Pantera arrives. They have ALOT of ideas.... Including my copcars, babes etc. - So that might be interresting.... dancing

Stay tuned - There will be updates constantly on my website: - Still it's in danish, but either BING translate or Google translate will do the trick (Hopefully)
Just got home after a 2 weeks vacation to California, where I ofcause also drove by my Pantera to see the process of the car.

Here I am just before my first testrun of the car. Excited is the word !!

Testrun is done... I LOVE IT !!!!!

The interior done by James Mendoza in Nuevo, Ca turned out GREAT. I have a new Piloto steeringwheel for it, for later install.
the colour looks fantastic and you are going to have one very popular (the most popular?) car in Denmark

Agree, it's really a nice and clean looking car and a terrific color. Looking forward to seing it here in denmark and going for some pantera cruising. Regarding popularity in denmark you may get steep competition from "no quarters" car, which is getting a fresh yet to be announced very secret colour Big Grin
Originally posted by No Quarter:
Thanks for those words Push1267. But while my car is great mechanically IMHO and soon will be exterior wise, the interior is not good. danishcarnut, unless the containership sinks, you win! :-)

Naaaaa, as long as Kristians (Push1267) Pantera is on the road, I have no chance of winning anything. That car is stunning everywhere You look. And that too is painted in a incredible color. Especially when You see it live and in the sunshine. So sparkling !!

But I'm really looking forward to see how Yours turn out, and what color it's going to be. But hopefully we can follow the process in here ??

I'm looking forward to see alot of Pantera's on the winding roads in Denmark next year !
A little update on my Pantera that are being finished in Cali. It's now VERY close to be done, and ready for shipping to Denmark. It will be shipped together with 2 other cars that I've bought. An unrestored lowmiles MINT condition 1962 Impala and a restored 1965 Buick Electra conv.

New weatherstipping, mirrors and inside doorhandles

The interior came out pretty nice !

The rideheight is a little high. It's at the highest because it will help the guys when loading the car at the shipper.

This is how it looks like when it's lowered....

Adjustable coilovers from PIM - Safetywired !!

More pisc here:
Thank You for the kind words, guys !
I too love what they did to my interior. The seats and headrests are modified a bit in shape, but not to much. The design is insprired by vintage Ferrari's like the GT4, but still with our own ideas.

To answer Mikael about the red switch, my buddy in Cali, says it's for the afterburners. I'll have to try !! *LOL*

There is some "in progress pics" on my website, but the text is in danish...
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