I Found the World’s FASTEST Pantera!

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I Found the World's FASTEST Pantera!

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    1. He gets it from Google & Wikipedia LOL. He does have a lot of experience with JEEP CJ’s and SHELBY Mustangs though.

  1. That was a great great episode. ๐Ÿ‘ loved that the gentleman was a driver and the stories he told. Really cool stuff. Thank You Professor and Team.

  2. This has to be my favorite episode, the amount of knowledge and history of this land and the guy passing it down is awesome.

  3. What a fantastic story and history of one awesome car! I’m glad you’re able to get them all running it really was something to hear them. Thanks for bringing us along ๐Ÿ‘โ˜ฎ๏ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ฒ

  4. I have no idea what you can do to top this video – THANK YOU! Alex’s face driving that Pantera was priceless.

  5. I have become addicted to this show. It is better than most thatโ€™s on traditional television. I hope this is financially successful for the group. In hopes they continue to produce more episodes. Congratulations Mr Collins!!

  6. Great cars, great people and awesome stories! This may be the world’s fastest Pantera around a track but the top speed record (219mph) belongs to a Swedish Pantera owned by Kjell Holgersson, driven by him and co-driver Bjorn Carapi.

    1. @kevin thornton Carapi also took one of those classic Donzi boats well north of 100mph with one of those engine builds. There is a clip here on Youtube…

  7. I am a longtime fan of the channel, and generally love each episode. But, I honestly feel like this is my favorite, so far.
    My father in law had a Pantera and I loved it for many years. Seeing these and the history behind them, definitely brought back memories and makes me want another.

    There is a local person here in the Paulding County GA area who has a late model Pantera that was found without drivetrain. I don’t know how much work it took, but it is coyote swapped.
    Though I love the original Cleveland engines, that thing is a beast and a work of art.

  8. By far my favorite episode, amazing history of those cars . Gonna be hard to top that one . Awesome stuff.

  9. What an awesome episode, itโ€™s incredible the history associated with those Panteras, and Yes Dennis, we demand a follow up on those two incredible automobiles. The T Bird was nice tooโ€ฆ๐Ÿ˜œ

  10. Got to be honest your production value has gone through the roof extremely good quality videos and editing

    1. Except GM doesn’t do the clickbait titles. How do you find a car that isn’t lost? And since when does buying a vehicle mean you rescued it? Rescued from a guy who has absolutely taken care of them. And found a vehicle that you were informed about. Answering an email somehow qualifies it as found.

  11. My favorite episode to date. The history “living”, the stories had me smiling the whole time.

  12. What an incredible story! Thank you for taking us on this epic journey with you, Dennis!

  13. A Pantera is my absolute number one dream car. This was an awesome video. Loved hearing all the history of their race car. What an amazing find Dennis.

    1. A 57 T-Bird is my dream car, but I could listen to “interesting story, real quickly….” about Panteras all freakn day!!

    2. god bless you all people. ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ…๐Ÿš–๐Ÿš˜๐Ÿš›๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡ฝ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

  14. The history that you bring out is just AWESOME!!! The driver is such a humble man…. giving all the credit to Wally and the team. As Dennis would say “OUTSTANDING” A man with a giant heart.

  15. What an outstanding story, the history of the car’s was just excellent. You seam to find some really interesting cars with a good story to go with. Gary was just a interesting man to listen to, could have listened all day to him. Very much looking forward to future videos of the yellow race car. To bad Gary and his wife missed dinner it looked like one to die for. Thanks Dennis and crew for the awesome video. And what about Gary’s dad jumping right in there with a helping hand at 90 years young. Thanks again.

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