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  1. Before and After

    Looking very good! Congratulations.
  2. WTB T-Tops

    🤣 🤣 🤣
  3. Before and After

    Great job! I'm contemplating making some of aluminum, and leaving the polished.
  4. Before and After

    Are they made of fibreglass or aluminum?
  5. Before and After

    Very nice result Rat! Where did you get the air intake ducts?
  6. More questions

    I can't seem to find it, but somewhere recent Farfegnubbin gave a speach on the topic. Maybe your search-fu is better than mine.
  7. More questions

    One of the usual suspects here, knows by heart, what you need to make it hydraulic. I can't recall what he usually suggests, but it's something from an American convertible.
  8. More questions

    I can't imagine mine without hydraulics. That roof is brutally heavy. No amount of adjusting, will make it fun to operate with just gas springs.
  9. Headroom? Is it too late?

    Well, the Sebring is taller than the Sterling Nova, isn't it? ;)
  10. Headroom? Is it too late?

    I'm 6'2" and have no issues with headroom, so it's sure possible to sort out. First as others already mentioned, make sure your floor pans are dropped 3-4", use fiberglass seats of the modern variety without a whole lot of padding, make sure the seat is laid back, skip the seat back/forth...
  11. An actual Sterling GT. Wow!

    The broken mold part is understandable. He forgot one bolt, and broke it when demolding. Been there, done that. That's hardly enough to scrap the entire mold though.
  12. An actual Sterling GT. Wow!

    Do we know who initially made the GT?
  13. An actual Sterling GT. Wow!

    Thanks for sharing.
  14. Sterling #130 (aka American V8 ~ Chapter 2)

    Yeah, well worth it. It's gonna look great when you're done!
  15. Proper pedal box?

    It depends a bit on how conservative you are. The basic idea is great, as the pedal won't have to slide over the sole of your shoe, so no matter how the pedal is hinged, and where on your foot you place the pedal, it'll always move freely. The bad news is that it takes some getting used to, if...
  16. Sterling #130 (aka American V8 ~ Chapter 2)

    That's an incredible amount of work! Looks like you're doing well though.
  17. Buying a Sterling

    No way! They're way too much fun :cool:
  18. Indent in the roof?

    I'd be curious to see a few pics of your setup as well. It sure sounds pretty high tech!
  19. 1977 Sterling Kitcar

    Yeah, clearly a shill bidder. Well, he gets to keep it. What's not to like? 🤣
  20. Indent in the roof?

    It was written "tongue in cheek". ;) Having said that, I'm surprised that they're that sturdy.