Peter Zobian

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  1. Mark Smith's cars are always spectacular, and this one is no exception. He has great taste! Peter Zobian
  2. I wouldn't mind a 1926 T roadster with wire wheels and period speed equipment.
  3. Alsancle: Yes, I think Peter Kumar of Gullwing Motor Cars bought it back, and then sold it again.
  4. I think the aluminum heads were too porous, so they tended to leak. I know my Phantom 1, S460MR, had its original aluminum head replaced with an iron head in 1960 when it was owned by John Maxfield. This was no easy job.
  5. New phone number (in Virginia) is 276-952-6126. This is an excellent factory 300SL book. Please make a near offer.
  6. PRICE REDUCED TO $30.500 or really near offer. (This is a nice almost totally original car!)
  7. Hi, Is your tail lamp an original Trilon or is it one of the recent remakes?
  8. I think one could say the same for a Brewster Regent on a Phantom 1 chassis.
  9. 1930 ROLLS-ROYCE PHANTOM I REGENT, BREWSTER BODIED RUMBLE SEAT CONVERTIBLE-ROADSTER. Really nice old Rolls with stunning Brewster of New York aluminum body. A true 2-seater with Rumble Seat and dual sidemounts, this car is very large (146 1/2 inch WB) and very imposing. Sold new to a California banker it has had only 5 long term owners and shows only 77,000 miles on the odometer. All matching numbers, this car has had its troublesome aluminum cylinder head replaced (in 1960) with a correct Phantom I iron cylinder head. No rust or rot ever, this Rolls is a driver ready to be taken to a Pebble Beach Concour level. I am 78 suffering from declining health and I am selling my collection of antique and collectible cars, toys, and art. Before I consign anything to a national auction house, I thought I would offer the Rolls here. I would be open to serious offers over $150,000.
  10. Mercer09: My Corvair Spyder is NOT SOLD! Lots of interest, but no money yet. STILL FOR SALE!!! Peter
  11. Car collecting can be an addiction. The size of the storage can be a control. OR NOT!
  12. Frank, if you buy my Spyder you can look at the engine instead of the photos!
  13. If my memory is correct, I saw a Corvair Coupe with an Oldsmobile Toronado front drive V-8 stuffed in the back. This was at a CORSA event in Cambria, CA several years ago. Please tell me my memory hasn't left on the last bus! I do have a stock 1964 Corvair Spyder Coupe (Turbocharged Monza Coupe) that I need to sell quickly. It's Black with Red bucket seats and a 4-speed. First $5000 drives it home. Clear Virginia title and antique plates.
  14. more photos of my 1939 Lincoln Zephyr V-12:
  15. Pretty much. It's not concours, but it's nice.
  16. Let me restate what I said. When engaged, overdrive will lower engine revs at any speed.