You Can Own De Tomaso's Final Car

The Nuova Pantera design study is coming up for sale in September at RM Sotheby's London auction.

RM Sotheby's

Before Alejandro De Tomaso passed away in 2003, he and his company revealed a stunning new Pantera design study aimed at celebrating and reviving the brand. Sadly, the company collapsed after De Tomaso died, and any hope of a new Pantera street car became lost. Now, the only remaining concept car is coming up for sale.

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The De Tomaso Nuova Pantera Prototype is a Marcello Gandini-designed non-running model first shown in September, 1999 during the company's 40th anniversary celebration. After De Tomaso was shuttered in 2004, the car was sold to a private collection, where it remained until it was purchased by the current owner in 2015.

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According to RM Sotheby's, the Nuova Pantera underwent a small restoration to repair damage that occurred during storage. Other than the missing side mirrors and front headlights, the car is completely original. It's expected to bring in around $90,000-$116,000 during .

RM Sotheby's

For the De Tomaso fans out there, this might be your only chance to buy the last car the brand ever created. Don't miss out.

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