Watch and hear this De Tomaso Pantera Group 4 race car, driven by Giuliano Palmieri, in action on the Bologna-Raticosa hillclimb course during the 2020 edition of that historic race. The car is powered by a modified Ford Cleveland 351 V8 engine able to produce around 500hp and linked to a 5-speed gearbox. The car weight around 1,220 kg.
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– Event: 32nd Bologna – Raticosa 2020
– Where: Pianoro Vecchio, Italy
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In car footage?
Una domanda per i più esperti: questo V8 è un Ford con albero a gomiti ruotato a 90 gradi, mentre a sentirlo sembra che ha un albero motore ruotato a 180 gradi. A Vallelunga tempo fa lo chiesi a un meccanico e mi disse che era dovuto ad un incrocio particolare degli scarichi. Possibile questa cosa? Grazie!
no any electronic toys , no plastic , only man and real machine… with proper sound
Dammit I shouldn’t have read everything. Italian car with a ford gut. Crap.
THIS is what a car is supposed to sound like. No whooshing turbo pop-off valves. No firecrackers from the exhaust on over-run. No gun-shots when changing gears. Just a nice, naturally aspirated V8, eating up asphalt. Those were the days!
Alejandro de tomado fué un empresario argentino que abrió su fábrica en Italia. Ese pantera lleva los colores de la bandera de Argentina celeste y blanca.
Brook park Ohio home of the 351 long live the v8
My dad and his friend bought a couple of these back in the 70’s. My dad’s was yellow and the other was green, right off the Ford dealership floor. He would take me to grade school in it and the kids crowded around as I got out. Pretty cool memories I’ll never forget.
Well that sounds… interesting. Definitely modified, sounds like a flat plane crank to me! Like a Lotus Esprit V8 but without any turbos or silencing at all!
The Mangusta and other Pantera’s you filmed sound sooooo much better.
all slaves will regret ever wearing those masks and marking themselves.
One of my all time favorite cars! Car is so BEAUTIFUL!
2:01 – 2:11 Spectacular!
I noticed two things. 1) the person can drive! Some serious skill behind that wheel. And 2) the car is set up fantastically 🙌🏽. You can see in the way it moves through the corners & in the way it soaks up bumps nicely. Damn thing was on rails!
Side note: I love the Panteras. Such a beautiful car.
Love that car!
Quite frankly…I would be surprised that this car had any V8, much less a flat plane crank version with 180 degree headers. I believe it’s been engine swapped.
Even the Cosworth DFV, which was a twin four cylinder configuration using a common crank, did not sound like this…and it was used in F1 with all manner of exotic exhaust configurations.
Until I see under the bonnet of this car…I remain unconvinced.
Man it looks mean!
I am in Canada . Looking for a Canadian car. Cash on hand for an unmolested 1971 to 1974
My old boss had one of these in bright yellow, I remember the width of the rear tires blew my mind at the time.