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Roland Jackel Pantera GT5-S

Old 6/18/07, 11:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Every_Mn View Post
Designed by Lola, a British (IIRC) racing car builder?
The Pantera or GT40?
The Pantera was designed by Tom Tjaarda working for an italian design company at the time I beleive and the GT40 was inspired by the Ferrari racers (same kind of look)
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Old 6/19/07, 02:17 AM
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panteras are awesome, it would prob be my dream car if it wasn't for this...
You got that right !
Ahh what the heck give me one of each.
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Old 6/19/07, 12:59 PM
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I'll have to keep my peepers open for that 355. A guy over by Goerge has a red Pantera. I've seen it in the garage but only the back of it. George says it's hideous. The car is read with black shelby stripes. I've seen the back and I gotta say the stripes are not meant for a pantera.
What a darn shame. Maybe someone will restore it one day to what it should be. I wish classics wouldn't fall into the hands of people that don't know what they're doing.
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