By on June 19, 2012

Carnewschina spotted this Panther with a – shall we say – unique paint scheme in Shanghai. Black was not enough for this Town Car. Gold was not enough for this Town Car. It needed to be orange-gold on black. Use eye protection, and don’t stare at the picture for too long.

Carnewschina thinks this “is a second generation car, model year 1993-1994. Power came from a Ford 4.6 liter V8.” How this car, and the many that do duty at wedding companies, got into China is anybody’s guess. Officially, the import of used cars to China is strictly bu hao. But I guess if you know the right people ….

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