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Standard 8 Feature

Postwar Standard 8 Saloon belonging to Jean-Marc Rusterholz

I have my own Standard eight since a year. My father stops driving (he is 85 years old) and he asked me, if I will stay with the car. Of course I would! He bought the car 30 years ago. My father was a car painter and he painted also the Standard. I'm not a mechanic, but a colleague of mine helps me to keep the car in good conditions. I drive the car once a week if I have time and I'm able to obtain 70-80 kmh (45-50 mph). He needs only fuel, water and oil (he needs more water then fuel...!)

I pretend to take more pictures about my car and if you want I send somes to you.

That's all. If you need more details let me know.


Thank's again for your help and have a good week.

(Sorry, my english is not so good, but I'm sure you understand what I told you)


Jean-Marc Rusterholz

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