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Event Report


Standard Triumph Day at Gaydon, May 2001.

Club Car wins important award at this  prestigous Show.



Mark Denton polishing the Vanguard Series 1





Steve O'Hara's 1935 Standard 9 Saloon





Trevor Jones's award winning 1957 Standard 10





John Maxell's 1937 Flying 9





Brian Birch's Phase 2 Vanguard





The 10/12 Speeed Saloon with the Cheltenham




The Standard Triumph Day at Gaydon has now become an annual event. Not only is it attended by hundreds of Standards and Triumphs but on this occasion at least, several cars from the museums own collection were started up and joined in the fun. The photographs concentrate on some of the Standards that attended and the Standards that were brought out of the museum's collection.

The highlight of the proceedings was a multiclub concours, one car was nominated from each club to go forward to a grand final. The Standard Motor Club's representative was the 1957 Standard 10 Saloon, newly restored by Trevor Jones. This was chosen by the judges as runner-up in the overall competition. Congratulations Trevor, on your first time out.

Some of the Standards attending are shown above and below You can see a larger version of any picture, simply by clicking on it. Press "back" on your browser to come back here.


The museum's Standard Swallow





A rear view of a Standard Charlecote



The museum's Pennant



The Cheltenham on the road



The 10/12 Speed Saloon



The museum's 1922 SLO4




Report by: Phil Homer