I HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE THIS CAR IT IS A 1980 BUT TRYING TO FIND OUT A LITTLE MORE IF ANYONE CAN HELP I WOULD APPRICATE.
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quote:Originally posted by kimmosch:
Have you got some more information to share about the Maggiora period?
quote:Originally posted by Peter H:
I wish I could be of some help on this, but I have no information on #9053 specifically. As for the Carrozzeria Maggiora Panteras in general, George is being far too modest. He knows as much as anyone outside of Italy about this hazy period in De Tomaso history. Most of what I know, I learned from him.
Maggiora went out of business in 2003, so I doubt we will ever have full knowledge of their involvement with De Tomaso.
Of the 100 cars that span the 9001 to 9100 VIN range, I have only been able to document or find any references to the following:
#9001 – Pantera ? -– Norway [per BVE][no photo]
#9010 - 1978 Pantera GTS – UK
#9013 – 1983 Pantera ? – red –– Sweden [per BVE] [no photo]
#9020 – Pantera GT5 – Switzerland [per BVE] [no photo]
#9023 - 1978 Pantera ? - BV – Netherlands [no photo]
#9024 – 1978 Pantera ? – white – New York, USA [per BVE] [no photo]
#9033 – 1977 Pantera GTS –– California, USA [per BVE]
#9035 - 1977 Pantera GTS – UK
#9039 – 1977 Pantera GTS – UK [no photo]
#9046 - 1979 Pantera GTS – Germany
#9047 - 1978 Pantera L – Netherlands [no photo]
#9056 - 1978 Pantera GTS - - Florida, USA
#9061 - Pantera - Belgium [wrecked] no photo
#9070 - 1978 Pantera GTS Speciale - Sweden to USA
#9071 - 1980 Pantera GT5 - Switzerland
#9072 - 1977 Pantera GTS - - Vienna, Austria
#9073 - Pantera GTS - - Perttula, Finland
#9074 - 1977 Pantera GTS
#9077 – Pantera GTS – Ireland [no photo]
#9078 - Pantera - under restoration – UK [no photo]
#9084 - 1978 Pantera Gr 3 - Germany [no photo]
#9086 – 1977 Pantera GTS - Germany
#9087 - Pantera GTS -
#9090 – Pantera – Switzerland [no photo]
#9094 - 1978 Pantera GTS – Scotland
#9098 - 1978 Pantera GTS - Bellevue, Washington, USA
#9099 – Pantera GTS – UK – written off [no photo]
quote:Originally posted by No Quarter:
Kjeld, my fellow Dane, congratulations! You've taken on a formidable project, remember that help in Denmark is not far away. Let us know when you get it to Pantera Country (=Denmark).
I think we have more running Panteras per capita in Denmark than most places, and on the wonderful trips that Charlie make, Denmark is definitely the highest number of participants per capita. It hasn't always been that way, when I considered my first Pantera almost 10 years ago, just seeing one on the road happened less than once a year. I think 3-5 running Panteras back then, now it's a lot more.
Your's may be the newest model in Denmark...
quote:So now i have to fire up under my English Wheel, pullmax, cutting and bending machine and a lot of welding.
quote:Originally posted by kimmosch:
... you won´t be able to reach the same level without having a bottle of Italian wine before starting to work ...
quote:Originally posted by 40of74:
I just wanted to ad car # 9049 to the list ! 1978 Located in Corona California USA
quote:Originally posted by Rocky:
There are what look like recent pictures of 9049 in the Provamo registry.... At least they were posted recently....
quote:Originally posted by PanteraWanabe:
[QUOTE]Originally posted by goodroc:
Here is a link to a project of similar dimensions undertaken by a Norwegian chap. 6 pages of photos. Pay attention to photo number 4 on the first page. As probably well known Alcohol is insanely expensive in Norway so a Substitute for Italian Wine could be lots of cheap imported Danish Beer
Didn't notice the finished product. I have seen many a projects started, but not that many finished...and that's just me.