The neat looking beast you see on the screen above first appeared in the late 60s 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 could even buy a new one a few years ago. Anyway, find this 1973 Sterling Nova offered for $7,500 in Pikeville, KY via faceblank parkingblock.
From the seller:
1973 Sterling coupe
Listed 3 days ago in Pikeville, KY
About This Vehicle
Driven 100,000 miles
Exterior color: Red · Interior color: Black
Fuel type: Gasoline
Looking to trade! Just seeing what’s out there! I have $7500.00 invested in it! Top raises by remote control! Linear actuators. Runs and drives! Liscense and insured! Beautiful car, sure a head turner! Nice seats, needs carpet. Has nice car cover. New Corvette red paint job! Chrome Centerline wheels, expensive! New stereo, haven’t Hooked up speakers yet! Extra set of seats and wheels and tires! Two boxes of good extra parts!
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