The Standard Pennant was the tail-finned version of the Standard Ten that rolled out in October, 1957 in the UK with dual tone colours.
With a 950 cc engine that gave more power, several options were available to customers - leather seats, radio, heater, an overdrive gearbox, etc. In a test conducted by a British magazine, the Standard Pennant crossed 110 km/hr mark and also gave a fuel economy of 14.3 km/litre. Produced for nearly 3 years, nearly 43,000 cars rolled out.
The Standard Pennant was also sold in India from the year 1959, but under the same brand name as it's predecessor i.e. Standard 10. These were produced by a Madras (now Chennai) firm called Standard Motor Products (STAMPRO). STAMPRO had been selling Standard cars in India, since 1949.
A rare white metal model (not ZAMAK) that has a high collectible value. Only 350 exclusive pieces created.
|- Premium collectible|
|- Licensed product|
|- Material: White Metal|
|- Non-opening bonnet, boot and doors|
|- Only 350 pieces created|
|Box Dimension (in inches)||6 x 2 x 2|