Most people are familiar with the DeTomaso Pantera, a car that could possibly be confused with the Lamborghini Countach, from the rear. However, many don’t know of the car that came before the Pantera, the Mangusta. “Mangusta” is an Italian word for the cobra-killing “mongoose” (aiming for Shelby Cobras?). The two-door coupe was designed by Ghia and produced in a limited run from ’67-’71. The name actually made a reappearance from ’00-’02 as the Qvale Mangusta, which had this interesting look.