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|Parent company||Daimler Trucks|
|Body style(s)||Class 5-8 truck|
Western Star 4900 SA|
Freightliner M2 112
The Sterling L-Line was a Class 5-8 truck built by Sterling Trucks, and was based on a design originally introduced by Ford Trucks (US). Sterling was the former medium and heavy-truck division of Ford which they spun off, and was later acquired by Daimler AG. It is similar to the Western Star 4900 SA, Freightliner Coronado and Freightliner M2 112.