Best part of this story, with my emphasis:

The wedge-like Pantera was pure '70s exotica, but its 351 Ford Cleveland V8 engine meant that your local Ford dealer could fix it. Official output was a conservatively rated at 340 horsepower – not bad for a car that weighed some 400lbs less than Ford's own Mustang.

Not that the early cars were issue-free. Famously, Elvis Presley unloaded his revolver into his bright yellow Pantera after a fight with his then-girlfriend after it failed to start, robbing The King of an emphatic burnout. However,

Elvis liked to shoot stuff. Didn't think Sinatra was sincere in a performance; killed the messenger; shot his television. Car doesn't perform? For the f'ing KING? Shoot that thing.

Alain Jourgensen subjected his Mustang to the same during a fit of rage.