The Panther Lima was a retro-styled roadster of the 1970s. It used Vauxhall Viva and Magnum mechanicals, including that car's 2.3 L (2279 cc) engine. A later Mark II model used a purpose-built chassis. The body was built of fibreglass in a roadster style reminiscent of an Allard or Morgan. The Lima was produced in volume, with hundreds constructed. It was replaced by the Panther Kallista for the 1980s. The Turbo Lima was fitted with 14-inch alloy wheels, and had a TURBO graphic on the bonnet.
Production lasted from 1976 through 1982 with 897 cars produced.
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