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The oldest surviving Standard Car is a 1907 Model B.


This car was found abandoned in a Tobacco Farm in Australia in the late 1950’s It was then restored by apprentices at the Standard Motor Company’s Australian division and subsequently re-imported to the UK.


The last time it was on the road, as I recall, is the 100th Anniversary of the Standard Motor Company parade, arranged by the Standard Motor Club around Coventry City Centre in 2003.


The car is now a static exhibit at the Coventry Motor Museum and can be viewed there.









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Phil Homer

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