The Puma GTB was a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive touring car based on Brazilian GM (Opala) components.
The GTB was powered by a 4100 cc in-line six-cylinder engine that was basically a U.S. Chevrolet six produced in Brazil. The body was made of fiberglass.
GTB interiors were luxurious, with features such as leather seats, power windows and air conditioning.
The Puma GTB was not exported to North America or Europe, although at least one S2 is known to be in the U.S.
Engine - in-line six-cylinder; 4093 cc. Compression Rate: 7.8:1. Double-body carburetor. Horsepower: 168 hp (125 kW) @ 4.800 rpm. Maximum Torque: 32,5 m.kgf @ 2.600 rpm
Gearbox - manual, 4 gears; rear-wheel drive.
Suspension - front, independent; rear, hard axis with semi-elliptical springs.
Wheels - 14 inches; front tires, 205/70 R 14; rear tires, 215/70 R 14.
Dimensions - length, 4.3 metres (169.3 in); width, 1.74 metres (68.5 in); height, 1.26 metres (49.6 in); weight, 1,215 kg (2,679 lb).
Performance - Maximum speed: 120 mph (193 km/h).
Price including shipment to Tilbury.