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Feature on  a Flying 10 Special



Flying 10 Special with Wolseley Parts






Hi Phil,



I am a club member. 


I thought that you might be interested in publishing the attached photo of my 1937 Standard Flying 10 'Special'. I have had the car for about a year ( I part exchanged it with a Wolseley 15/50). I think that it started off life as a saloon and was converted later. Unfortunately, I have very little history.



Please feel free to publish the photo on the web or in the magazine. I would be very interested to know if anyone has any information about it.



Best wishes,

Jonathan Waters.


I certainly am interested Jonathan, and my readers are always pleased to see a Standard that they have never seen before, like this one!


I am assuming that this car is a Flying 10 chassis and mechanicals with a Wolseley rad and bespoke panelwork. Certainly a pretty little "Special". As such, I  don't have a correct place to "file" this in the Virtual Museum, so it will have to go in the Coachbuilders Section for now.


If you are aware of anything further about this car please write to me in the first instance and I will pass it on.