INTERNATIONAL "DRIVE YOUR PANTERA DAY"
World Wide
August 25, 2018




Scott Couchman, Tustin, California USA

The City of Tustin is home to my 1972 Pantera and two of
the world’s largest free standing wooden structures.
Built in 1942 of Oregon Douglas Fir, the twin buildings
of the Naval Lighter-Than-Air Station Santa Ana, was
a base for airship operations in support of the United
States Navy coastal patrol efforts during World War II,
and are in the National Register of Historic Places.




Andy Buford, Tustin, California USA

Off to the local cars and coffee in the morning for
breakfast with friends and then a ride through
Silverado Canyon on a beautiful Southern California
morning.




Mike Hampton, Silverado, California USA

Mike Hampton and Kathryn took their GTS out for a
cruise on "Drive your Pantera" day. Our first stop was
the Silverado Cafe for lunch and then up the canyon
for wine tasting. Great excuse to drive our car. Thanks.




Bill & Cindy Harris, Newport Beach, California USA

Bill and Cindy Harris, along with John Schirmer took
our 1972 Panteras across the Newport Harbor from the
Balboa Peninsula to Balboa Island and back.
This is a route we take each week for a local car event
in Newport Beach, California. John Schirmer grew up
in this area. Bill and Cindy Harris live in nearby
Huntington Beach. The photos were shot by TPOC President
and drone photographer Scott Couchman.




Al Arakawa, Parts Unknown, California USA

During a short break driving my Pantera around town,
the King stopped by to admire my car. He mentioned
that he had a yellow one that he killed!
He had a "Burning Love" for the car but it wouldn't
start one morning which got him "All Shook Up" so he
shot it! But he said very sadly it's "Always On My Mind".




Brad Johnson, Garden Grove, California USA

Brad drove over to the local weekly night car show
and had his buddy snap a picture for him.
Never miss a chance to show off my Pantera.




Dave and Linda Adler, Fallbrock, California USA

Dave and Linda drove through downtown Fallbrook
and visited the Railroad Heritage Park museum.



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