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『スゲェ!デ・トマソ パンテラだぁ!』 [乗り物図鑑㉛]

We left our viewers hanging at the end of the last episode of The Barn Find Hunter, but classic car aficionado and host Tom Cotter is back and ready to reveal one of the show’s most significant finds so far. In this episode, Tom uses bolt cutters to open the door of a trailer and pulls back a car cover to reveal a 1972 De Tomaso Pantera L that hasn’t seen sunlight in three decades. The rare Italian sports car (with a Ford 351 engine) was in the midst of restoration/modification before being locked away. Its claim to fame, in addition to its divine looks, is that it competed in the 1980 U.S. Express, a 2500-mile cross-country race from New York to California. You’ll want to know the judge’s reaction after it was pulled over for speeding in Texas.

『ヘリコプター カー』 [乗り物図鑑㉛]

AN AMBITIOUS mechanic has created the first ever street-legal, amphibious car – from a helicopter. Jeff Bloch, aka Speedycop, spent 3,000 hours converting a Vietnam attack chopper and an 86 Toyota chassis into the most unique, but practical, vehicle. In the summer of 2016, Jeff and his team worked over the course of six months at his home in Southern Maryland, USA, and successfully built the unorthodox ‘Speedycopter’ that can operate on land and water. Video Credits: Videographer / director: Speedycop & Damion Jedlicka Producer: Danny Baggott, Ruby Coote Editor: Thom Johnson
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