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De Tomaso Automobili is an Italian supercar manufacturer with Argentine roots.
Its logo was made in the form of a brand for horses, stylized as the letter "T", against the background of the Argentine flag.
The founder of the company, Alejandro de Tomaso, who moved from Argentina to Italy in 1955, began his automotive career as a racer, and then created a design office for the development of Formula 1 cars.
Having not achieved success in this direction, in 1963 he organized a small-scale production of central-engine sports cars with a spinal frame and a plastic body.
Having agreed with Ford on the supply of American V8 engines and having bought out the Carrozzeria Ghia studio, De Tomaso created two of his best models: Mangusta (1967-1971) and Pantera (1970-1993).
In parallel with them, luxury cars Deauville (1970-1985) and Longchamps (1972-1989) were also produced, but in much smaller quantities.
The end of cooperation between Ford and De Tomaso in 1975 caused the decline of the Italian firm, but Alejandro de Tomaso invested his earnings in the purchase of Maserati and Innocenti.
In 1993, due to his illness, the De Tomaso Group broke up, and attempts to revive the De Tomaso brand itself did not lead to anything.
In 2004 the enterprise was liquidated.