I seen this car on the streets of LA strolling down Hollywood and Highland. Can anybody identify the curves on this beauty?
Its a MOTHERF#CKING PANTERA B#TCH.
The Pantera was a sports car produced by the De Tomaso car company of Italy from 1971 to 1991, the last one delivered to a customer in 1992. The word “Pantera” is Italian for “Panther”. The car was designed by 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. The first 1971 Panteras were powered by a Ford 351 in3 (5.8 L) V8 which produced 330 hp
Top speed: 146mph
Here is a picture of me taking mine for a spin. NEVER MINE THE KARATE SHOES AND WHITE SKIN, IT WAS COLD OUTSIDE SO I WAS ASHY…LOL…
Cars that I spotted on the Road
If its one thing I love about L.A. its the cars that I see on the road. During any time driving you can run up on some the best sports cars that you can imagine. One in particular that I like that people might not know about is the Nissan GT-R. Originally the Skylines could only be purchased overseas and not imported in the U.S. of A because it doesn’t comply with the FMVSS regulations. But last year Nissan made a version for the United States and I had a chance to view one and catch it in action on the road shown below.
Acceleration (0-60 mph): 3.3 sec. Base Number of Cylinders: 6
Base Engine Size: 3.8 liters Base Engine Type: V6
Horsepower: 480 hp Max Horsepower: 6400 rpm
Torque: 430 ft-lbs. Max Torque: 3200 rpm
Drive Type: AWD
COST: $70,000 Safty features…..WHO CARES…pedestrians better move off the street when I get behind the wheel of this.
As you all know or may not, the Porsche is my favorite car, and yes I have driven a couple. The design and style is not too much. I love the curves on this whip because, they remind me of the curves on a woman. This car is sexy and I got my eyes on this one for sure. Some of you would opt for a FERRARI but watch what happens when a Ferrari meets a 996 GT2 on the streets. Ha. Whats you dream car?