The shape you see on the screen first appeared as the Nova kit car, produced in the UK by Richard Oakes and Phil Sayers using a swoopy fiberglass body, and Volkswagen Beetle chassis with buyer provided running gear. The same design was later branded as the Sterling, Cimbria and Purvis, and apparently you can even buy a new one today. That sounds expensive, so I’ll stick to the old used examples like this 1968 Sterling Kit Car offered for $8,500 in Mendocino County, CA via craigslist. Tip from James.
From the seller:
Rare Sterling coupe, looks like Ferrari , lightweight & fast, with built GM 3.8 V6, 4spd, mild cam. Nice gauges, stereo, power antenna, old school Offenhauser valve covers & manifold with Holley 4 bbl, headers & Supertrapp mufflers. Carpeting, headlight lens covers included. $8500
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