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Fast Pantera on Hillclimb event


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While not a Mustang, this Pantera GTS sure hooks up and handles well on this hillclimb event!  I hope you guys enjoy!! 

 

 

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Italiansupercarvideo and I filmed Giuliano Palmieri behind the wheel of his De Tomaso Pantera GTS Group 4 at the Bologna-San Luca 2018 Hillclimb. In the video, you can see some details of the car and the action during the race: launch with smoking tires, acceleration, flybys, fast driving, curves, and onboard race. Listen to the sound of the V8 engine with straight pipes driven full throttle. 

Driver: Giuliano Palmieri

Engine: Ford Cleveland (1972) V8, four barrel Holley carburator type D1ZF FA, 500 bhp. Gearbox: ZF Type 5 DS-25/2. This hillclimb specialist Pantera was built and is maintained by Autoelite of Maranello, Italy. This Pantera won four Italian Historic Hillclimb Championship in its class in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017. Mr Palmieri advises that this Pantera has won more than 50 races under his ownership.

1971 Boss 351  

1972 Q code 4 speed convertible 

1971 Mustang Sportsroof  351-2V FMX 

1971 Hardtop (parts car)

1973 Mach 1 (parts car)

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Very impressive! Shouldn't those guys in orange clothes and safety vests be working instead of sitting on the side of the road watching the race?   :P

71-73 Mustangs never die, they just go faster!

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Remember, that is a built racing motor. Panteras are cool (as I said before, but can't say it enough until I'm given one to shut me up....), however, stock the motors are not necessarily the bees knees. 

I have several components of a 65k mile Pantera motor, 4v heads, rods, pistons, crank, cam, etc. The heads are nice and clean, but as I found out inspecting them they are the small valve, open chamber 4v heads and dished pistons. I suspect the car they came off was slower than the one in the video.

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People on the side, all traffic stopped, a pimped 351 under the foot, fat slicks tires, narrow old streets casting the v8 screams...

That must be some seriously "blood pressure" experience behind the wheel!

Thx for sharing

73 modified Grande 351C. (Finally back on the road woohoo!) 

71 429CJ. ( In progress )

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I went to buy a Pantera for $10,000 in 1987. I was convinced I had to have one, until I drove it. I walked away. As an investment I should have bought it. Oh well. Chuck

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Shifting at 7K+rpms too, nice. From the specs listed its a 500 HP engine, well within the capability of a Cleveland.

1971 Coupe - 306ci (circa 1971) - 10:1/750 Holley/RPM Air Gap/Lunati camshaft (221/231@.050)/Comp roller rockerarms/Ford Racing pulleys/Ported cylinder heads/MSD ignition/Patriot Ceramic LT headers/Single Chambers/Carter fuel pump/NOS Sniper/9" diff./4.57 gears/B&M Holeshot convertor/B&M Shiftkit/B&M Z-Gate/CE subframe connectors/Jegs Sport Star rims/Lakewood traction bars/Fiberglass Ram Air hood/Electric fan/Rear seat delete/Relocated battery/Custom graphics

 

1972 Mach 1 - Ford 400ci/C6 trans/Quick Fuel 750 carb/Weiand Intake/Harland Sharp rockers/Performance cam/Patriot headers/CVF racing underdrive pulleys/Carter Fuel pump/Jegs Sport Star rims/4.11 gears/Spool/Traction bars/Accel distributor and ignition/Miloden 8-quart/Jones Full Boar exhaust/Hurst Pro-matic 2 shifter

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