One of the early pioneers in the manufacture of trucks, Sterling is
synonymous with rugged well-engineered trucks with a reputation for
reliable service in off-road, heavy-duty applications—mining,
construction, and logging. Distinctive engineering hallmarks included
wood-lined frames and the continued use of chain drive long after its
abandonment by other manufacturers. Established in Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
production of Sternberg trucks began in 1907, becoming Sterling in 1915.
Acquired by the White Motor Company in 1951, Sterling-White production
ended in 1953. This Photo Archive chronicles this unique truck through
large-format archival photographs and detailed captions.
Author: Robert Gabrick
Author Bio: NA
Publisher: Ertel Publishing
Binding Type: Soft
Printing Status: In Print
Country Made: NA