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Pantera Projects

Suspension

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This is a typical suspension restoration of a '72 Pantera where it was completely removed from the car. This suspension was next sandblasted and powder coated. On this particular car, the wheel wells had minor surface rust and were treated and coated with a high quality undercoating product. All bolts and hardware were cleaned or replaced as necessary. All upper and lower ball joints and a-arm bushings were replaced. Additionally, new Willwood brakes and rotors were installed.The rear uprights were completly rebuilt with new bearings ,bigger brakes and rotors. Also the new design parking brakes were installed.This car is also running 17"x9" front and 17"x 10.5" Cobra wheels .Custom adapters were made to give the right offset as well to make them hub centric.The tires are are sized at 245/40/17 front and 335/35/17 for the rear.