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The Standard Flying V-
Browsing the website I came across the piece on the V-
I think I’ve read somewhere that that particular example, CAA 917, is now in the US. It is listed in J.R.Davy’s book with one more V8 saloon.
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Thanks Bo, here is the rest of the feature on the V8 that I first published in 2001:
The only surviving Standard Flying V-
The Flying 20 V-
63.5mm bore x 106mm stroke. Side Valves. Capacity 2,686cc. Eight cylinders in 90degree vee configuration. Compression Ration 6.5:1 RAC rating 20Hp. Tax £15 Three bearing crank.
The following are extracts from the brochure for the car:
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