The first Red Sterling in our paint database was in 1994, with one red paint shade named Mystery Red. This was the only time Mystery Red appeared as a production color on an Sterling.|
The last offering of Red on an Sterling in our paint database was in 2001, with 13 shades of red paint named Berry Red, Blue, Dark Violet, Light Maroon, Light Red, Light Violet, Medium Red, Purple, Red, Seminole Red, Viper Red, Volcano Red and Wine.
In our database we found 50 offerings of Red in 7 of the 7 production years of the Sterling (1994-1995 and 1997-2001).
We have excluded all yellow greens and most golds from this list but included all gold yellow paints as originally named; light yellowish creams, tans, and beiges; and those paints are very obviously yellow. Below is a list of all offerings of Red on an Sterling in our database with examples where we have found them. Click on the example or manufacturing code for more information.