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Standard Flying Nine
For the 1937 model season Standard announced a new Flying Nine, based on a new Flying Ten but with a 5-inches shorter wheelbase. The new Flying Nine 9A was only offered with a 2-door body, but gained a new 1,131cc engine, inheriting nothing from the outgoing Nine A9 model. In common with the rest of the Flying Standards the 1938 Nine 9B was given a 'waterfall' grille, but its demise was already on the cards as the new Flying Eight took away all the sales. The Nine was not re-introduced after World War Two.
Standard Flying 9A 1937 front
Standard Flying 9A 1937. The 'Flying Nine' was added to the 'Flying Standards' in 1936, and was given an 1131cc side valve engine
Standard Flying 9A 1937 rear
Standard Flying Nine 1937. The 'Flying Nine' was launched in 1936 with a 2-door body, but a 4-door body was later introduced. Flyining Nines were only sold from 1936-1940.
Standard Flying 9B 1938 front
Standard Flying 9B 1938, with 1,131cc 4-cylinder engine. In 1938 the new Flying 8 with Independent Front Suspension was launched and rather eclipsed the 9 whose sales declined against the success of the Flying 8
Standard Flying 9B 1938 rear
Standard Flying 9B 1938, with 1,131cc 4-cylinder engine. The 1938 Flying 8 took sales from the Flying 9 since the 9 was only 2 inches longer in the wheelbase than the 8 (and shorter than the 4-door 8)
Standard Nine
key text:  This is the page introducing Simons love of cars from the website  RedSimon which is a series of photo albums of Simon GP Geoghegan.
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