SEMA: Ring Brothers ADRNLN Pantera is yellow, isn’t mellow

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Ring Brothers ADRNLN Pantera

In the annals of automobile history, there have been many successful vehicles from small European automakers powered by good old-fashioned American V8 engines. Perhaps the most well-known of these Anglo-American mashups is the Shelby Cobra, but another model that figures prominently into the discussion would be the De Tomaso Pantera.

The mid-engine exotic you see above started life as a 1971 Pantera (the car’s first model year), but it’s been heavily modified by the crew at Ring Brothers and renamed ADRNLN… which, for whatever reason, is ‘adrenalin’ in all caps and without any vowels. The car’s original 351-cubic-inch Ford V8 has been replaced with a GM LS3 engine made by Wegner Motorsports, hooked to a ZF five-speed manual transmission.

While the striking yellow paint may draw in the most eyeballs, the interior is equally unique, with work performed by the innovation skunkworks design team from Nike – yep, that Nike. There are a ton of intricate details worth checking out in the image gallery above, and all the specs and suppliers can be found in the press release below.

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