HEY, IF THE CAR IS LOCATED IN LONG ISLAND CONTACT MARK BASILE OF THE LONG ISLAND PANTERA CLUB AT 516-991-4972 OR JOE MOORE OF THE EASTERN PANTERA ASSOC. HIS # CAN BE FOUND ON THE PI WEBSITE UNDER REGIONAL REPS
LOU
You are probably looking at car 1293, with no rust, Grabber blue repaint from a motorcycle accident, and a molded in front spoiler. If it is that car, I have not seen it in person, but it has been on ebay for $27,500 twice. I talked to the owner, sounded like a nice low mile car and I really debated on buying it, but the end verdict was the 2+ feet of snow outside his house that had to be plowed and I already had one. Let me know how it comes out!
I went to look at this car last week for a prospective buyer in California. The car is going to need quite a bit of TLC to make "right" again. I think that he's got it priced about right, if it were anything other than a "pushbutton", I'd say low 20's. It's solid, has Scheel racing buckets installed (worn, need re-covering), a 5 gauge instrument cluster atop the dash, a homemade blue lexan spoiler where the strap spoiler is usually mounted on the rear deck, numerous small blisters in the paint (you have to look pretty close!), all in all a decent car that could use a re-paint, & as I said before; quite a bit of TLC. If you've got your heart set on a pushbutton, it's a good car to start with. If you're just looking for a nice Pantera, there's quite a few other cars out there in the same price bracket that will give you more for your money IMHO. The car does run & drive very well & I believe the mileage, but it's age & inactivity is showing. Feel free to contact me directly if you've got any other questions.
Paul
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