This 1973 De Tomaso Pantera GTS has an Italian design backed by American power. It has less than 16,600 original miles and approximately 2,000 miles since its full restoration, which was completed in 2016. This Euro GTS has a May 1973 build date with a Cristofaro Group V full-body kit that was specially made for this car.
This coupe is equipped with carbon-fiber doors and hood, custom air conditioning that is housed in the engine compartment, a full roll cage and custom black suede sport seats with red stitching. This supercar is powered by Ford 351W NASCAR-type block that’s been stroked to a 427ci full roller cast-iron 4-bolt main engine with a 9.5” deck height, and mated to a rebuilt ZF 5-speed manual transmission with a Centerforce racing clutch set.
Additional improvements include a new booster master cylinder with 4-wheel Wilwood disc brakes and independent coilover suspension. This Pantera rides on custom-made, powder-coated black wheels to fit car and new tires. It comes with photos of the car history and restoration, as well as door molds to make new skins if necessary.