Here we will add details of those named on the Standard Motors Roll of Honour. If you can help with details, a photo or any information we’d love to hear from you. Continue reading “Roll of Honour”
My interest in Standard cars goes back to my early and Birmingham. My father worked for the Standard Motor Company for 47 years, having started as a Fitter at Canley Works in 1922. Continue reading “47 years – but no name!”
Triumph’s Sabrina engine was constructed for motorsport and was used in Le Mans for three consecutive years, first used in the TR3S, Le Mans car of 1959. However, it never finished the race. Continue reading “By the Sweaters of Sabrina!”
The retirement was announced at the end of January (1950) of Mr. A. E. Wilson and Mr. G. J. Endicott. Continue reading “Home Sales & Export Sales”
A series of close-up photographs during the 1960 Monte Carlo and Alpine Rally preparations for the Works Triumph Herald Coupés.
Continue reading “Rally Triumph Herald’s”