[DeTomaso] Cars: Flops then, collectible now
boyd411 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 6 16:27:40 EDT 2010
Another article written by an idiot that can't differentiate between a mid
engine car and a rear engine car. They also neglect to mention that the car
didn't cease production it just ceased importation into the US due to EPA
and DOT regulations. It's also remarkable that for a car that is supposedly
hard to keep running " Alas, keeping a Pantera running wasn't so easy after
all." There are so many still running with their original engines 40 years
later. These articles are written by the blind for deaf.
On Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 2:04 PM, <hemipanter at hemipanter.se> wrote:
> We have ALLWAYS been on the list, it is just that those list fabricators
> did not know how to do their specific list in a proper fashion.
> > Just saw this listed today on CNNMoney.com - I can't believe we are on
> > list,
> > right next to the Fiat Jolly (1958)!
> > "Some cars that wouldn't sell in their own time have become highly sought
> > after
> > today."
> > http://yhoo.it/bhXxjs
> > brent
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