The entire lot seems to have gone to American Airlines in 1984 (including N80NA which was written off in a non-fatal landing accident as N139AA at DFW on April 14, 1993) and then gradually dispersed to Hawaiian, Aeroflot etc.
Since Pan Am also operated the L1011-500 around the same time (another interesting topic btw), were the DC-10s a good fit, where else did they fly, and did you fly on one? Would love to know more about this overlooked chapter of Pan Am's fleet history. Since the L1011 seems to pop up in many of the same cities in the same years (ORY, LHR, LGW, FRA, plus ZRH, GIG, SAN and MUC, and in the US at MIA, JFK, IAH, LAX) it must have been an awkward marriage.
Here we have a lovely shot of a Clipper DC-10 at JFK, and one being refurbished for AA at Santa Barbara (and the two tails in the background are probably also ex PA machines):
Photo © Richard Vandervord
Photo © Bill Hough
Bonus feature, lovely Tristars starting up at LA and Zurich:
Photo © Eduard Marmet
Photo © Frank C. Duarte Jr.