Once an ambassador of the "Italian musclecar," a hybrid between the gorgeous Italian car designs of the 1960s and 1970s and American V-8 power, De Tomaso has been struggling to come back from its bankruptcy for more than a decade now. The Modena-based firm went into liquidation in 2004, 11 years after discontinuing the iconic Pantera model to replace it with the Guara, a carbon-fiber-bodied supercar using a Maserati, Ford and BMW parts. Since then, both former Fiat exec Gian Mario Rossignolo and Automobili Turismo e Sport bought the rights to the name in an attempt to revive the company. Unfortunately, the highly anticipated comeback has yet to happen. But there’s some good news coming from Germany’s Auto Motor und Sport, which reports De Tomaso has a new owner after being bought by a Swiss investment group.