1. Trademark Filing More Evidence De Tomaso is Plotting a Return

    Remember De Tomaso? The Italian carmaker responsible for the Mangusta and Pantera supercars, and even the second-best looking generation of the Maserati Quattroporte? Well, they might be back. De Tomaso, founded by Argentine Alejandro de Tomaso, started building cars in 1959. They originally...
  2. 1971 Pantera 1/63 restored and rebuilt

    Autos/Auto Related
    One of only 63 Panteras were made in August of 1971 was sold in 1972. 5600 miles since restoration. 800 miles on newly installed 351. Major weight reduction with titanium upgrades throughout the vehicle... just shy of 2000lbs and 550hp SAE It has always been garaged, has no rust and is in...
  3. My Pantera 383 stroker video

    Finally figured out how to post video to my flickr. Enjoy:[email protected]/15149439459/
  4. De Tomaso Pantera. Pure muscle car in exotic flesh

    I had the opportunity to shoot a De Tomaso Pantera. Such a beast of a car. Powered by a small block V8, this thing sounds amazing when he romps on it. I didn't have enough time to get too many night shots as we ran low on time. Enjoy :D
  5. Photoshoot - De Tomaso Pantera GT5S

    6.5L Ford Racing V8. 430bhp. One of just 21 RHD cars built by the factory with the flared arches as part of the steel bodywork. One word: AWESOME! Teenage dream come true - article PistonHeads Headlines - PH Carpool: De Tomaso Pantera GT5S And photos. More photos in link below...