5. De Tomaso Pantera GT5-S
Pantera was produced since early seventies, but GT5-S models only appeared in 1984. Difference between these and conventional GT5 models was in fenders. While GT5 came with fiberglass flared fenders, GT5-S (S stands for steel) came with one-piece steel ones. Otherwise, they were largely the same, including the powertrain. De Tomaso Pantera mostly came with Ford’s 5.8L V8 351 Clevelands, but these were scarce close to the end of supercar’s production, so Italians changed to corresponding Windsor engines at first and then to 302 Windsors since the 1990. De Tomaso Pantera GT5-S packed 330 horsepower, came in 183 copies and had 0 to 60 acceleration of 5.3 seconds.