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Standard Flying Ten
Standard introduced the Flying Ten A10 in the second tranche of 'Flying' models in 1936. It replaced the R10 and A10 models that had been sold in 1935 alongside the new 'Flying' models. The earlier 'Flying' models all shared a large body, and something smaller was needed for the smaller 1,343cc engine. In fact the Flying Ten 10AL was given a 1,267cc engine to be competitive with Morris and Austin Tens. Its wheelbase was 90-inches compared to 85-inches for the Nine and 100-inches for the Twelve. The 10BL for 1939 gained the new 'watefall' grille, and the 10C for 1940 was given a notchback body and the option of Independent Front Suspension.
a_Standard 10-12 Speedline Saloon 1935
Standard 10-12 Speedline Saloon 1935. Consisting of a 10hp chassis fitted with a tuned version of the 12hp 1,608cc engine, the 10/12 Speedline was a new model for the rather staid Standard Motor Company. The pretty coupe body helped to develop the 'Flying' Standards that were launched in 1935
ab_Standard Flying 10BL 1938 grille
Standard Flying 10BL 1938 front - grille. The 'waterfall' grille was given for 1938 to all Standards
Standard Flying 10BL 1938 front
Standard Flying 10BL 1938 . Introduced in 1937, the Flying Ten AL was very similar mechanically to the Flying 12, but had a simpler body and a 1267cc side valve engine, The 10BL was introduced in 1938 with waterfall grille, and there was a '10 Super' with independent front suspension by means of a transverse leaf spring.
Standard Flying 10C front
Standard Flying 10C 1939. Introduced in 1937, the Flying Ten took over from the 'Big Nine'. The engine was a 1267cc sidevalve unit. Production ended in 1940. A notchback body, rather than a torpedo body was worn
t_Standard Flying 10C side
Standard Flying 10C. The 'notchback' style of this body shows it to be a 1939 model. Earlier models had often had more streamlined tails.
Standard Ten 1954
Wolseley Ten Series III
Austin Ten Cambridge
Ford Prefect E93A
Hillman Minx from 1934
Rover P1
Morris Ten Series M
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