Sterling Engine Works

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In 1916, Sterling offered their 12-24 tractor. Sterling offered to pay the expenses of every purchaser of a Sterling tractor from his hometown to Winnipeg, and his hotel expenses in Winnipeg for one week. During this time it was possible to visit the factory and see the tractors being built. No doubt the sales team found time to persuade their prospects during the one-week stay in Winnipeg.


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