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Standard 10 in the USA
1936 Model Standard 10 Feature
The LeMay Standard 10 on display
Happy New Year. I have more information on the Standard we have here at the LeMay Car Museum. We recently pulled it out of storage and now have it on display with other British cars. I have attached some photos to this E-
Hopefully it sends this time. Had to resize the photos and put in zip file.
Mike Ellis Thanks Mike, its all here correctly.
Its late 1935 i.e. 1936 model year, which would have been introduced at the Motor Show in Oct 1936. Its correct title is an A10. In fact Standard had a new range in parallel called the Flying Standards and this was the last year that the "old" range was produced.
Whilst it has been restored, in the most part it has been done close to the original spec. The paint is pretty close. The bumper bars should be black not grey, I suspect the chassis is all grey too, but I can't see that. The brown dash would originally be "scrumble-
Under the bonnet the only non-
Does it run? Looks like if you connect a battery it will start?
Heres the Club that caters for Vauxhall Velox's (address withheld)
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I am aware that there are other cars and information that could be added to this site to make it more comprehensive, so if you have material and photographs, please let me know. Please send me, Phil Homer, a message at: Phil Homer