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Standard Ten Companion
An estate version of the Standard Ten called the 'Companion' was introduced in October 1954, the rear bodywork being done by Mulliners of Bordesley Green. Production of the 8 and 10 saloons ended in November 1959 upon the launch of the Triumph Herald, whilst the Companion continued until 1961 when it was replaced by the Triumph Herald Estate.
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Standard 10 Companion Estate - badge on rear door. Originally named the 'Good Companion', it was soon just known as 'Companion'.
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Standard 10 Companion Estate - badge on bonnet
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Standard 10 Companion Estate. The Companion Estate was mechanically the same as the Standard Ten, but in 1959 after the demise of that car, the Companion was given the frontal styling of the Standard Pennant
Standard 10 Companion Estate front
Standard 10 Companion Estate. Launched late in 1954, the Ten Companion had the 948cc engine, and unusually for a small estate had four passenger doors. From 1959, when the Standard Eight and Ten models had given way for the Triumph Herald, the Companion was given the front wings and headlamps from the Pennant.
Standard 10 Companion Estate rear
Standard 10 Companion Estate. Standard gave their estate a conventional side-hinged rear door for their estate; other makers sometimes used split tailgates. Fisher and Ludlow built the Standard bodies, but the estate rear was fitted by Mulliners of Bordesley Green
Standard Ten Pennant
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Austin A40 (ADO 8), A40 Mk II (ADO 44)
Hillman Husky
Triumph Herald Estate
Morris Minor Traveller
Standard Eight and Ten Commercials
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