1936 Parts lists






You can click on the underlined blue headings to open a copy of each parts list. The illustrations are shown separately. You can click on them to open bigger copies in a separate window. This allows you to view the illustrations and lists side by side. You can download them or print them off to use in the garage.


The 1936 models are covered in two sections:

The models designated A9, A10, etc. were the last of the "perpendicular" style, although the front end treatment is similar to the early "flying" models.

The early flying models are covered in a supplement

see the commission numbers page for details.


NOTE: Standard made a great many incremental changes over this period and it is important that you know the commission number of your vehicle in order to establish which parts are fitted. Many mechanical components are not interchangeable.

As a rule of thumb, the engine numbers are in the same range as the commission numbers but do not match. If the engine in your vehicle has been replaced be aware that you may need to use its number rather than the commission number when establishing which parts are used.


The Lucas parts lists are individual and shown at the bottom of the page


1936 Standard parts list

1936 Standard parts list for the Flying 10 and Flying Light 12



















 

1936 Lucas parts lists


1936 Nine

1936 Ten and Twelve


Note that the Lucas parts lists for 1936 models were unillustrated




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