The Pick of the Day is the ever-popular DeTomaso sports car
The Pick of the Day is from the final year of importation to America, and said to be in immaculate original condition with just 8,900 miles
When I was in Grade 7, my father was an engineer for Chrysler and they did a lot of work with the Carlini Brothers body shop. The Carlini Brothers happened to be cousins.
This 1973 De Tomaso Pantera is an Italian/American exotic that the seller describes as a low-mileage survivor put back on the road after many years on blocks in climate-controlled storage.
The De Tomaso “Pantera” was a mid-engined, production “Musclecar” made and designed in Italy and destined mainly for the U.S. market
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The Pick of the Day remains a controversial design, but those who love it, totally love it
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