Solid Sterling is no longer selling kits or parts for
the Sterling kit car. The Sterling will soon be
manufactured by David Aliberti in Pennsylvania. He's a true motorcar
and Sterling enthusiast and has plans to continue production
of everything Sterling. A new custom chassis is currently
in the early construction stage, and will be a great asset to
people who want a new kit or to retrofit an older Sterling.
and I are working together to make the transition as smooth as
possible, trying to keep the supply line of parts as uninterrupted
as we can, but there will be about a month or two of non-availability
while we work out shipping of molds, inventory, etc. to get Dave
up & running. I will continue to receive phone calls at Solid
Sterling. There will be an answering machine with a message
advising you how to contact Dave; if you wish to talk to me personally,
you can wait for the obligatory "beep" and leave a
message. I'll return your call as time permits; sometimes it
may take me a day or two to get back to you--but I love talking
to any Sterling enthusiast whenever I can.
me take this opportunity to sincerely thank all of you with whom
we have done business through the years. I can't believe how
many wonderful folks there are who are interested in our cars.
I have met many of you personally, and countless others on the
phone, and have thoroughly enjoyed our conversations. I was surprised
how many people expressed true concern over my health when I
shattered my heel bone a few years ago, and their patience while
waiting for their parts during my recovery was just extraordinary.
wife Sidney and I truly thank all of you for your unending support.
the Sterling photos you see on this page were captured
and KitCar publisher Curt Scott, in San Leandro, California.
optional Targa top has a carbon-fiber reinforced windshield frame
for extra strength.
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