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Rare Standard 10 Pickup Feature

This Pennant winged Standard 10 Van is one of two that Club Member, John Soames has on the road


Rear view shows the matching interior trim and load bay cover! 

Club Member John Soames hails from Witney in Oxfordshire where he has not one but two Standard 10 pickups. He brought this one, a late Pennant winged version to the glorious Churchill Show in June, where I took the opportunity to capture these shots of it.


The interior is rather a sumptuous place to be, being very similar to the saloon. John even has a period radio to keep him company

The pickup is signwritten with the name of previous owners, a garage in Yorkshire

The Pickup appears to have been made in small batches after Standard 10 and Pennant production had given way to the Herald. John believes that accounts for many of the differences between his vans, including the use of ordinary 10 wings or "Pennant-type" ones

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John Soames is keen to here of other Standard 10 pickups that survive, and so is the club. Let us know about them on our message board