Keeping Roch. rolling for 60 years...so far
That's the same year that car makers rolled out the automatic transmission as an option.
While he is no longer downtown, Sterling is still at 60 years later with no plans to retire any time soon.
I sat down and visited with Sterling at Rochester Ford on Monday, his 60th anniversary.
Look for my piece I wrote from that chat in the Post-Bulletin sometime this week.
And if you are wondering, his first Ford was a new 1951 Victoria hardtop. He bought it for $2,200.