Sterling Sports Cars and its parent company Spector are the leading manufacturer of a range of premium-quality component cars. Sterling is primarily focused on building iconic cars from the Sterling lineage, such as the Sterling, Cimbria, Fortvac, Viper 2000 and others from this exotic line of cars. Whether you choose one of our vintage cars or the new modern exotic of our own design, it’s underpinned with modern technology and engineering.
Most of our cars have a tubular chassis and CNC-machined suspension for light weight and improved strength. We build all our cars right here in Delaware, for access to the incredibly broad and diverse manufacturing and automotive technology base in this area. We use that technology, including state-of-the-art design and manufacturing tools to create and build the best component cars possible. We have access to laser cutters, waterjet cutters, CNC tube bending equipment, and a CNC lathe.
Unlike practically any other component car maker, we have our own in-house design and development team. We work with some very talented technical talent with very sophisticated CAD tools to design components, by using advanced software tools that help us model lift, drag and other aerodynamic considerations. Vintage or modern styling underlays our modern technology and manufacturing practices.
That’s who we are – the new modern Sterling Spots Car.
Every body is carefully crafted to produce class-A finishes right out of the mold. Every body is styled for the optimum mix of performance and style. But underneath the beautiful curves of the bodies lies Sterling’s signature difference — most of our cars have a tubular chassis and custom suspension pieces that are carefully crafted and produced with advanced manufacturing technology including computer-controlled laser jets, waterjets and CNC machining. Every chassis is completely welded to ensure the best possible strength and appearance. This chassis architecture we use is much stronger and stiffer than the typical tube-frame designs of 50+ years ago that are still used in other component cars. And the suspension components are much stronger, yet lighter, and suitable for the stresses that modern tires and road conditions can dish out.
That’s the Sterling family of cars difference: Beautiful bodies, with Modern Technology & Engineering.