[ROVERNET - UK] Reminder - Fritz's car in Arkansas P5 3 Litre

Kent Kinard kkinard at swbell.net
Fri Sep 30 21:28:55 BST 2005

Hi Netters,
This is truely an elegant car.  Note that it is air-conditioned.  I 
spoke with the Bill Armstrong of B&A Restoration who did the work.  I 
asked Diane about the price and I think she really doesn't know what to 
ask (I certainly wouldn't.  There are no comparable sales in this 
country.)  She is returning Fritz' ashes to Austria and will be out of 
the country until October 11.

There are still some folks around who can work on the DG automatic, Bill 
Rust in Midland, TX, for one.  Most parts are shared with Jaguar and 
Studebaker.  The problem seems to be with the governor, but the exact 
symptoms and condition of the parts are unkown and there are some 
differences from year to year and among the different manufacturers. To 
convert to a stick or later BW35 would be difficult.

Kent K.

Eric Russell wrote:
> If you are in the market for an excellent 3 Litre P5,
> look no further than Fritz's car.  The most expensive
> part of the restoration has been done.  The mechanical
> glitches would cost much less money to put right. 
> Even a vehicle transportation on a trailer would be
> much cheaper than the cost of a restoration to this
> point.  Check out the leather seats, headlining, and
> paintwork here:
> <http://www.roverclub.ca/Fritz.html>
> Eric
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