RE: De Tomaso Pantera: Time For Coffee

RE: De Tomaso Pantera: Time For Coffee

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Equus

6,862 posts

48 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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coppice said:
....Chris Meek was a regular sight in Leeds city centre in his yellow Pantera. In the passenger seat would invariably be some scantily clad ...err.. lovely...
Of course, the other supercar we'd regularly see posing around Leeds city centre was a Countach, driven by a certain Mr (later Sir) James Savile...

coppice

5,548 posts

91 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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I never saw the Countach , but he was also regularly seen in a gold drop top Rolls , Corniche I think. Classy ...

OddCat

1,442 posts

118 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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That is such a pretty car. It's perfect.

unsprung

3,751 posts

71 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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Another fun thing about the Pantera...

When you see one with the engine cover open, you might be tempted to step inside. Loads of empty space back there and no floor to speak of. Stand in there with your feet on the ground. wink






fiju

212 posts

10 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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I don't care for modern hypercars, and my dream car list is very short. But a Pantera is most definitely on that list. What are the going rates these days?

grumpy52

4,065 posts

113 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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That epic peddler of classic racing cars , Willy 'sideways' Green used to drive one back in the 70's when they were new .

coppice

5,548 posts

91 months

Thursday 24th October
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I think Willie Green was more pedaller (as in driver) than peddler (as in seller )? Sorry , Thursday is my pedantry morning