|The Qvale Mangusta was a convertible with a removable roof panel. Closed, it appeared as a coupe. The middle part was - as a \Thus, there were three possible uses: first, closed coupe, on the other hand, \The body of the car was designed by Marcello Gandini. The designer was in close connection to de Tomaso, he had in some zurckliegenden decade Karosserieabwandlungen Fri designed the Maserati Biturbo series (including the Maserati Shamal and Maserati Quattroporte IV). Fri, the new de Tomaso coupe he found unusual solutions, which was characterized by numerous broken lines. Gandini's trademark, the half-cut rearRen Flare, found also on Bigua / Mangusta.
The technique of the carriage came largely from Ford North America. Engine and transmission were taken over from contemporary Ford Mustang has been, and the electronics, the instrument panel and numerous Einzelkompontenten came from Ford's suppliers.
THIS CAR HAS THE CHASSIS NUMBER 1 It is the first production car was built and was used primarily for presentation purposes. It is in mint condition and has only walked nearly 3,000 miles.
The car currently has Italian papers. Fri customers in Austria: Nova and the CO2 tax are not abgefhrt.