Who designed the Pantera body?

Who designed the Pantera body?

Tom Tjaarda

De Tomaso Pantera
Assembly Italy: Modena (De Tomaso Automobili)
Designer Tom Tjaarda at Ghia Marcello Gandini (Pantera SI)
Body and chassis
Class Sports car (S)

What happened to De Tomaso cars?

The De Tomaso brand was acquired in 2014 by Hong Kong based Ideal Team Ventures and in 2019, the newly formed company presented their first product, a retro-styled sports car called the P72.

What is a detomaso Pantera worth?

The De Tomaso Pantera draws modern-day collectors. The price of a well-kept first-generation De Tomaso Pantera starts around $50,000. Yet, a top-notch Pantera for sale can climb to $250,000. The value goes up based on its list of high-performance mods.

What is a Pantera car worth?

What kind of car was the 1972 De Tomaso Pantera?

The 1972 model year Pantera’s had Several modifications over the previous year. A new 4 Bolt Main C Gateway Classic Cars is excited to present this 1972 De Tomaso Pantera at our Milwaukee Location. T – 351 Cleveland – all aluminum – Custom paint – Motor built 351 Cleveland – High performance upgrad

Who was the designer of the De Tomaso Pantera?

The car was designed by the Italian design firm Ghia’s American-born designer Tom Tjaarda and replaced the De Tomaso Mangusta. Unlike the Mangusta, which employed a steel backbone chassis, the Pantera was a steel monocoque design, the first instance of De Tomaso using this construction technique.

What kind of engine does Group 4 Pantera have?

Based on the same Ford 351 Cleveland V8 engine used in the road going Pantera, the engine in the Group 4 Pantera was fitted with bespoke aluminium heads, TRW forged pistons, large capacity oil pans and titanium valves.

When did Marcello Gandini redesign the Pantera?

The Pantera received new styling penned by Marcello Gandini, suspension redesign and a partial chassis redesign. The new model was called the Pantera 90 Si and it was introduced in 1990. Only 41 90 Si models were made before the Pantera was finally phased out in 1993 to make way for the radical Guarà.