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Standard Ten Pennant
The upmarket Standard Pennant was launched in October 1957 with larger rear window and more equipment. The 948cc Standard Ten engine was warmed over with higher lift cam igger carb. But production of all Standard Eight and Ten saloons (including Pennant) ended in November 1959 upon the launch of the Triumph Herald. However, the frontal styling of the Pennant was then given to the continuing Standard Ten Companion and Standard Commercials.
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Standard Ten Pennant - bonnet badge. The name 'Pennant' fitted in with the Standard names such as 'Vanguard' and 'Ensign'
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Standard Ten Pennant - boot badge
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Standard Ten Pennant. The 'Pennant' was an upmarket version of the Stanfard Ten, featuring slight styling revisions. The engine got a larger carburretor and a higher lift cam.
Standard Pennant 1959 race
Standard Pennant 1959, 1190cc
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Standard Ten Pennant. In 1957 Standard launched the Pennant as an upmarket Ten, with 'restyled' bodywork giving it hooded headlamps and rear wings as well as a larger rear window. There were upgrades to the interior, improved rear springs, better instruments and more power from the engine
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Standard Pennant. From 1957 the Standard Pennant offered a more 'stylish' upmarket version of the Standard Ten which was mechanically the same. Better trim, better instruments, restyled front and rear wings and a larger rear window.
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Standard Ten Pennant. The upmarket Pennant had its styling warmed up to include gentle rear fins, two tone paintwork, and a larger rear window
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Standard Ten Pennant. These hooded headlamps were part of the Pennant styling 'upgrade', along with a distinctive grille. The grille and hoods were given to the Companion Estate and Vans from 1959 when the Standard 8 and 10 ceased production.
Standard Ten 1954
Standard Ten Companion
Ford 100E and 107E Prefect
Austin A40 (ADO 8), A40 Mk II (ADO 44)
Triumph Herald, 1200, 12/50, 13/60
Morris Minor 1000 1956 - 1962
Standard Eight and Ten Commercials
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.
The names of Pinin, Farina, and Pininfarina are also considered
There are also notes on Pininfarina
as well as the car maker
and links tothat car maker
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Simon is also a contributor to SuperCars.Net
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