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1944 Sterling HCS297H

j hancock

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I don't believe this truck spent anytime at Edaville.

Jon Delli Priscoli sold the Sterling to Brian Thibeault in Manchester in 2002 which is the same year that Jon bought Edaville.


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Why not just weld the differentials to the frame lol! My dad got a job driving a chain drive sterling dump hauling coal when he was a young man did a 360 on one of Pittsburghs icy downgrades... quit his job!

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