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Sorry, all I have is curiosity, but you did offer....
My 38 Victor lists one of the Sterling inline 4s, noting it was used in the Scripps-Booth 4, not listed in that catalog but listed in an earlier one as the H1,15G for 1915-18. This engine apparently issued in both 23/4x4 and 3x4 (gasoline and kero versions, or a production upgrade??)...
The next page of that 38 catalog also shows it in a Stewart truck, but there's no engine model designation in either listing, nor in an earlier 1930 catalog...
Can I ID this engine's model # by comparing with online Sterling lists, or did Sterlig issue engines without any particular model designation???
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