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  • #2
    That looks like a circa 1935 FC-something with a tag axle. Nice photo !

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    • #3
      Heavy duty the Sterling way.

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        • jhancock
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          Interesting to see the Jo-Dog (or equivalent) in use.

      • #5
        This is the oldest Sterling truck known to exist, a 1914 Sternberg now owned by the Nuss Collection and displayed at Macungie this year. Here is a video of it being started and a few photos.

        The Oldest Known Sterling Truck: 1914 Sternberg Start Up - YouTube‚Äč

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        • #6
          Sterling HC175H

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          • #7
            Mini Sterling promo vehicle for Mohawk Oil. At Hudson, MA probably about 20 years ago during some heavy rain storms.

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            • #8
              Originally posted by jhancock
              Mini Sterling promo vehicle for Mohawk Oil. At Hudson, MA probably about 20 years ago during some heavy rain storms.

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              • #9
                1951 Sterling TA with Page and Page rear suspension.

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                • #10
                  Originally posted by jhancock
                  1951 Sterling TA with Page and Page rear suspension.

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                  Nice TA2115.

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                  • jhancock
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                    I saw the Sterling last in 1991 so it was a surprise for me at the show. The truck is a little rough but the owner has a better cab for it. He dragged it out of 18 years of storage and drove it to the fairgrounds!

                • #11
                  1938 Wisconsin Dealer plate.

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                    • #13
                      Originally posted by John Frances
                      1938 Wisconsin Dealer plate.
                      So the White 3000 wasn't the first tilt cab then.

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                      • #14
                        Originally posted by John Frances
                        Sterling had tilt cabs in 1935. Lauth-Juergens had tilt cabs in 1912. Magnus Hendrickson was the engineer there.
                        Thanks John.

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                        • #15
                          Spa 2015

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