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The De Tomaso Mangusta is one of the many vehicles our vintage car dealers are interested in purchasing. If you happen to own one of these European classic cars, our business is prepared to make an offer! From cars that have been kept in pristine condition to vehicles that have been sitting in a garage for a while, our team of specialists are ready to give you money for your vehicle. Furthermore, we also offer finders fees for people who help us find antique cars.
It does not matter where you are located, Peter Kumar, the president of Gullwing Motor Cars, is interested in hearing about your European classic cars. He has worked as one of New Yorks top vintage car dealers for more than 30 years and knows all about antique cars, including the value of a De Tomaso Manusta. Contact us today for more information about selling your vehicle to Gullwing Motor Cars!
We are De Tomaso Buyer : Selling your antique cars is simple when you come to us! For more than 30 years, Gullwing Motors has been buying and selling a huge variety of European classic cars. When you are trying to sell your DeTomaso vehicle, our team is here for you. We purchase mint condition vehicles, vehicle that have been sitting in garages and barns for years, or cars that have been banged up a bit. Our classic car buyers always let you know what your vehicle is worth and will offer finders fees if you help direct us towards a European classic cars we are interested in purchasing.
Peter Kumar, the president of Gullwing Motors, knows that selling antique cars can be stressful, so he works hard to make the process as simple as possible. Please call our classic car buyers at 800-452-9910 or email PeterKumar@GullwingMotorCars.com. We love classic DeTomaso thats why were always looking to buy your classic DeTomaso in any condition!
History & Specifications of DeTomaso
De Tomaso originally started as a manufacturer of Formula One 1 cars and racing prototypes. After enjoying a few years of success they decided to enter the world of production cars in 1963 with the Vallelunga and later the Mangusta. The Mangusta came out in 1966 and started the trend of De Tomaso using Ford V8's in their cars. The Pantera was later released in 1971 and also used a Ford V8. Because Ford was providing engines for the Italian car maker they were able to sell their cars in American Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury dealerships. After the oil crisis of 1973 the agreement was considered financially irresponsible and Ford broke it off.