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    1970 Group 3 Pantera

    Check out this bad boy. For sale at $199,000: the first factory Grp 3 Pantera - and no ugly wings and flares like the later Group 5 cars. There's a crapload of vintage pics on their website:

    http://www.gtdriver.be/

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    Super cool, but I'd rather have the Lancia.

    As an aside, the picture of the mechaic sitting in the truck working on the engine reminds me of how I used to work on my 914-6. I'd take the rear trunk lid off and sit in the trunk...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr9146 View Post
    Super cool, but I'd rather have the Lancia.

    As an aside, the picture of the mechaic sitting in the truck working on the engine reminds me of how I used to work on my 914-6. I'd take the rear trunk lid off and sit in the trunk...
    I was going to comment on the mechanic sitting in the engine bay. That is always the joke about big American cars. I guess Italian cars with American engines also follow that trend.

    Oh yeah- the Stratos! And the Alpines!

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    And the Fiat 131 Abarths!

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    Kool cars. here my freind stock vs grp 3
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    That's a nice car..... the closer to stock the better...

    However.....

    The Group 4 Panteras wern't too bad.....

    This one driven by Regazzoni was one of the only cars to give the RSR's a run for their money for the '73 GT Championship.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr9146 View Post
    Super cool, but I'd rather have the Lancia.

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    Or the Alpine.
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