Red Standard Flying Eight from 1946, four cylinders, 1009 cc, 8 HP, max. speed 100 km/h
The Standard Eight is a small car produced by the British Standard Motor Company from 1938 to 1959. The car was originally launched in 1938 as the Flying Eight.
The car was originally launched in 1938 as the Flying Eight. After the Second World War the Flying range of Standards was dropped but an updated car called the 8 hp was re-introduced in 1945. In 1953 a completely new car, the Standard Eight was launched sharing virtually nothing with its predecessor. In 1959 the car was dropped to be replaced by the Triumph Herald, as the Standard brand was being phased out.
Body style: 2-door saloon, tourer, drophead coupé
Engine: 1021 cc I4
Transmission: 3-speed manual
Wheelbase 83 in (2,100 mm)
Length 139 in (3,500 mm)
Width 56 in (1,400 mm)