This is the 1973 DeTomaso Pantera that I've owned for a while now, and have replaced the motor a non-zero number of times. Thanks to the help of my friends Bill, John and Bruce, it's now running a 351 Windsor motor instead of the original Cleveland block. Throughout the course of the build, we documented the progress and afterward I wrote up a summary of the motor rebuilding project including all that we learned about the Cleveland to Windsor swap.
I'm constantly thinking of things to work on or replace, but I'm always limited by time and/or money. Both, really. Now that I'm in Northern California, I expect to drive it more often than I did back in New England.
The wing is currently:
The hazard switch doesn't stay depressed so the hazards are constantly flashing. Founda writeup on repairing the switch from a forum post, which also referenced a BMW replacement part|: part number 61 31 1 356 193 for a 1973 BMW 2002.