1973 Detomaso Pantera L #5492 SOLD  

History and Features:

Original Owner 1973-1991
Gerald Rosenberg
Put approx. 27,000 miles. Kept original.

2nd Owner 1991-1994
Gunner Nelson (Ricky Nelsons son)
Added approx. 5,000 miles. New Paint, performer manifold, GTS headers & exhaust, leather interior, burlwood dash, rotary a/c with up front condenser, large Hall radiator with chrome pipe front to rear, large stainless fans, stainless swirl tank & overflow, front hood vents, Hall valve covers & carb. cover and spreader bar.

3rd Owner

Curt Toumanian
Current mileage 68,000. I have upgraded and repaired car to be driven and win car shows!!! Rebuild wavy front bumper, powder coated rims, rebuilt suspension with new bushings, bearings and powder coating along with powder coating all the bumpers, grills, gills and splash shields...

reconditioned transaxle to fix leaks and protect it with safety wire kit, spicer half shafts and new rear axles, rebuilt engine (1996 by Mike Cook) with beefier cam, 10 qrt. baffled oil pan and only cleaned up bore, MSD electronic ignition, Holley 750 double pumper, polished stainless trim, new oem side mirror, relined both front & rear trunks, new under coating in wheel wells and rear bay, along with many misc. parts being replace with ether new or better condition parts (new logo/emblems, tail lens etc...).

Dyno'd at 295 rear wheel HP, has recorded 0-60 times in 4.6 seconds, with quarter mile time of 12.8 @ 118.

Has sets of both 5-point harness (currently installed) and original retractable belts. Kenwood mask radio, am/fm/CD plus 10 disk changer. It has a rotating front face that looks like the original radio delete face, but then flip a switch and the face rotates for reveal radio (very cool). New Hall windshield with radio antenna built in.

Was featured in European Car Magazine March 2000 issue in a article about European Hybrids. Image of the Pantera was on the cover and was part 1 of the series.

Has won 1st place in class at both the Monterey Concours Italiano and Huntington Beach Concours first time and only time entered.

Some of the work done while it was in progress.