Pete Fisher was first introduced to antique cars in high school, working for Classic Coachworks in his hometown of Blenheim, Ontario. He attended McPherson College in Kansas, majoring in Restoration Technology and Business Management. Pete graduated in the spring of 2013 with a Bachelor of Science Degree, becoming the first Canadian alumnus of the college. While in school, he worked for Salina, Kansas, car collector Roger Morrison, and was very active in the traditional hot rod industry. Pete joined RM Sotheby’s in the summer of 2010 as part of a college internship, working in the Restoration department. Upon completion of his diploma, he joined RM on a full-time basis as a member of our Specialist team. Pete has a strong passion for Early V-8 Fords, and in his spare time, he enjoys working on his personal restoration projects in his home-based shop. In addition to a 1931 Model A Coupe and 1939 Ford Tudor Sedan, Pete is currently building a pre-war Dry Lakes 1932 Ford Roadster.