September 4, 2012

1973 DeTomaso Pantera.

9 comments:

Tony Piff said...

great shots of a photogenic car. my favorite is always the view of the hilariously wide rear tires.

one of those cars that is infinitely rare, except on eBay and at car shows, where you can't throw a rock without hitting one.

never seen one in the wild.

i call "for sale" on that park job and lack of a passenger's-side angle.

Anonymous said...

Saw two of these this summer at the Glendale cruise night here in socal. Pretty cool looking, but not my style really. Great photos, didja get a chance to meet the owner by chance?

Unknown said...

wow! and wow!

Anonymous said...

Great car, great shots, great color, great compositions.

WTF does "I call "for sale" on that park job" mean?

Huh?

Tony Piff said...

oh i just mean i bet that the car is for sale, based on the way that it's angled at that intersection, and the fact that ben didn't show us photos of that side, which would have revealed the "for sale" sign, would seem to confirm my suspicions. we shall see if i am right...

in this cut-throat game between brothers, a car for sale gets a demerit.

joey said...

I'd say it's parked across two spaces so no one else can park next to it.

I'm not sure if you're being sarcastic that it's a contest but honestly Portland makes it easy for both of you to be near old rare cars.

Andrew David Baron said...

Fucking amazing car! Too bad the company is in the shitter now.

Justin said...

Basically what Andrew said. This Pantera is one BA set of wheels.

sexyhammer said...

the only thing wrong with it is the big shiny repro campagnolos. i'm a detomaso fan all the way, but i prefer the understated look of the Longchamp to these.