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Our Club caters for
enthusiasts and owners of products of the Standard Motor Company of
Canley, Coventry, England, which were built from 1903 to 1963. As a
multinational company, cars were produced and sold in most of the
world's markets. The Standard Motor Company bought the Triumph car
company in 1945 and all post-war Triumph cars were designed and made
by the Standard Motor Company in Standard factories. Whilst many are
familiar with Triumph cars, the parent company's products and the
Standard marque generally has largely been ignored, except by owners.
One of the club's aims is to change that, highlight the cars'
qualities and give them the recognition they deserve.
We cater for every model of Standard, every coachbuilt body on a Standard chassis and any vehicle made from Standard parts.
We cater for owners
wherever they are in the world.*
We are a non-profit
making club run by a democratic committee elected at
an AGM that takes place once a year.
We publish annual
accounts so you can see all our income and
There are thousands
of pages, photographs and features here to help you
identify your car and the site is expanding on a
daily basis, thanks to your contributions.
also provide an interactive Web forum, where members
can ask question of others and publish tips and
Members pay an
annual subscription to benefit from our services.
These services include the
following: a monthly magazine, three spares
warehouses, spares remanufacturing service,
technical, repair and restoration advice,
national and international groups, special insurance
deals, this website and events and meetings.
have recently added a new service whereby members
qualify for discounts on a number of classic Car
services and products.
have recently introduced a loan service for
specialised tools for working on your Standard
We will gladly
answer any question you have about a Standard Car,
through this website. If you would like any other
services it is necessary to join the club.
about our services and an application form are here
We hope that you
can join us and help preserve this most famous
All the Clubs Services
are described under the links on the left. You might like to spend
some time looking through these pages to find out more about the Club,
and our services.
issues meant that at one time we were unable to supply parts to North
America. This is no longer the case, so products and services can
be supplied anywhere