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    Re: KITCAR magazine

    Hey that's cool peter. A guy like yourself deserves something good. I used to get the magazine a few to ten years ago. I was on the local news cw31 when I first atempted to drive my car in the...
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    Re: 1st Nova & the unregistered one

    Islandman, get your coffee early in the morning and sit there all day. I had a job for a local body shop durring last christmas for a week helping to finish a camaro for paint and the other guys...
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    Re: Coming out of retirement

    I forgot the photo from inside the car looking out the front... here you go. Sorry for the lighting and quality.
    http://i334.photobucket.com/albums/m403/hildi25/FILE2110_zps4241d71e.jpg
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    Re: Coming out of retirement

    Heres a coulpe of pics for you.
    http://i334.photobucket.com/albums/m403/hildi25/FILE2105_zpsfc6db5f3.jpg
    windshield installed and my girl in the background!

    Heres a pic of my air intake for...
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    Re: Coming out of retirement

    Just finished some minor bodywork and some lightweight custom paint to blend the new windshield base plate or air intake for cabin airflow. I also took my shop vac and blew some air over the bonnet....
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    Re: Coming out of retirement

    Got her out of the backyard yesterday and went for a drive.. Exhilarating were the words out of my mouth. IT felt good and drivable might have to work it into my schedule between my 69 GT Tonino...
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    Re: Coming out of retirement

    I was able to get another 2/3 of a quart of resin down yesterday even in this cold... burr... Now I have the whole floorboards excet for ortion behind edals ( my letter_ doesnt work) fiberglassed...
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    Re: Coming out of retirement

    I decided to finish fiberglassing my floorboards and seats to the body of the car, just did a quart last night and robably gong to use one more later on.. I want the interior tub like and sealed...
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    Re: Coming out of retirement

    Thanks lauren, as usual I didn't even know that was already thought of.. looks realy clean from inside might work great. and with rear window removed airflow could increase airflow, right?

    So far...
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    Re: Coming out of retirement

    I was able to extract my glass windshield from my other sterling. and was able to make something to allow the install of the windshield into my canopy looks amazingly good for the amount of time...
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    Coming out of retirement

    After these latest storms here in California, I checked the status of my mistreated Sterling inthe backyard. well to make a long boring story short I needed to vacuum about 6 gallons of water out...
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    Re: Nic's Sterling CCC #416

    going TRON huh? Not too sure bout it though. Do whattcha whattcha want (beastie boys)
  13. Thread: CCC239A

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    Re: CCC239A

    Sray copper gasket is what is recommended if you were to shim a head to achieve original height after the head has been shaved because of warping. I had to do this on my Saturn when I replaced the...
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    Re: Peter's Eagle SS

    Tried to install the windshield this morning and the canopy that I used either was a different style canopy or the shape changed somehow and there is no chance to install it. There is about a two...
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    Re: Peter's Eagle SS

    Hi Peter! Your work is very impressive and your effort shows. I am considering doing a windshield swap on my sterling R type although I think it will not work properly. Right now I have a Lexan...
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    Re: CCC239A

    Whats up my fellow automotive people... Haven't worked on my masterpiece in quite some time now. But my neighbor blew his aircooled motor and I ended up holding his hand throughout his rebuild. ...
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    Re: remote canopy unit

    On the unit I used there are jumpers that allow latching or non latching so you can control the canopy or whatever by holding the button down then releasing it when you want it t stop.. Latching on...
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    Re: remote canopy unit

    On the unit I used there are jumpers that allow latching or non latching so you can control the canopy or whatever by holding the button down then releasing it when you want it t stop.. Latching on...
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    Re: remote canopy unit

    If you re planning on using a remote ignition switch, bevery careful and creative in the wiring. I have used this for aboutt five years now. Just one time of hitting the button for remote start...
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    Re: CCC239A

    Whats up Heres a couple pictures for the record. The first one shows the interior shot out the rear window and the air filter location. plus the added interior room,dual voice coil 10 inch sub...
  21. Thread: finally!!

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    Re: finally!!

    You know what? I really didn't mean to say anything about this site when I wrote my post. But ended up going off topic. I planned on just updating my work but didn't even do that. So I apologize...
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    finally!!

    Yes sir! Finally putting this or my designing to rest. Completely satisfied with my effort to complete my lifetime goal, although I am only 35 year old. If I wanted, I could drive this thing...
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    Re: Peter's Eagle SS

    Hi Peter! Hope your holidays were cheerful. I was reading your previous posts about your sound system. 650 watts RMS nice! whats that like 1500 wats peak to peak! Did you use plywood for your...
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    Re: *************HAPPY NEW YEAR ****************

    Happy belated new year to all!!! :crossfinger:
    let this be the year of the Sterling
    rob
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    Re: Pog's sterling....

    According to the manual, you should be done in less than 40 hours!
    JK VVpog. I walk out of the garage and I cant remember what I was working on 5 minutes earlier. Short term memory loss I guess. ...
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