Not one, not two, but three Chevrolet 350 V8s are what make up the powerplant of this highly-customized 1985 Panther. The front end is similar to that of the Panther Kallista or Lima, yet it is distinct enough to be a one of a kind, brought on by its designer and creator, Bob Potter.
This Panther is about as customized as a car can be. With a 158-inch wheelbase, the car measures 19 feet from bumper to bumper, which makes us equate it to the Shaq of hot rods. Other goodies include a Turbo 400 transmission, four wheel independent suspension, stainless steel driveshaft, stainless steel fire extinguisher (fancy!), and an air lift system for the rear wheels, among other impressive items. We’d also like to make note of the stunning Imron Bright Red custom paint job, with the beautiful color changing shades in the sunlight.
To make this deal even sweeter, the vehicle has received a state-issued vehicle identification number that we assume is from Florida — the state in which it’s bing sold. But with a starting bid of $200,000, we’re not sure how good of a deal the roadster really is. If it were up to us, we would be more likely to opt for a single-V8 C7 Corvette Z06… but that’s just us.
Have a look at the listing for yourself, and let us know what your take on this eBay find is.