My new Sterling project

8 Responses

  1. dave says:

    It looks like a great find. Good to see it has all its parts too.

    Dave

    http://www.sterlingsportscars.com

  2. Alan Maguire says:

    So what is the platform and engine,, Shannon ? and, btw,, what became of your Kelmark ?
    Congrat’s on the new Sterling,
    Alan Maguire
    CMC 359
    Also,, where is your other site ? (as mentioned above).

  3. Alan – It’s a standard VW 1600cc setup. I will likely keep it that way, although Dave’s tube chassis is really nice!

    My Kelmark is here in Toronto being worked on by someone else (it just needs minor cleanup), and some friends of mine have taken on the Laser 917 sypder project as well — I’ll be seeing them at the end of the month so if there’s anything to report on those I will.

  4. scot says:

    2 words: PUT A V8 IN IT.

    thats all.

  5. Puma Guy says:

    Long time fan of the Sterling, If I am not being to forward what was it worth, I looked for one before I bought my Puma GTI.
    Love to see it complete..

    Regards Larry…

  6. I don’t mind saying — I paid $3000 for it. It’s in great shape and has been garage stored its entire life, so I’m happy with the find.

  7. Brian says:

    I saw the AD for this car but when I called he said it was sold, good to see it went to a good home…I’v only ever seen two other Novas in Ontario, one was on ebay and exported to the US…the other, another project sitting in a barn in windsor area I beleive….There is also two Sebrings one outside ottawa and the other I have and will hopefully get some more work done on it in the new year.

  1. July 15, 2008

    […] woo! The price was right so I bought that Sterling project car today. There are more pictures on my other site if you’re interested. It’s going to be a fair bit of work to finish, but I’m […]

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