Vertical Sterling has 2 colinear pistons .
At top is a power P' , it has a large weight it pushes up .
Displacer P' is attached to power P' and they both rise for heat from hot chamber at bottom . When near top , displacer P' is released and it drops to prevent hot chamber from heating air/gas . At same time power piston exposes a large volume of gas to its cylinder walls and heat passes out thru cylinder fins . It drops for lower press and cycle repeats ...
No crankshafts , no wheels .