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Posted 1 year ago

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brassnut
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hi all .my sister asked me to put this picture up ,of this standard little 9 any info would be great,thanks

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  1. pw-collector pw-collector, 1 year ago
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_Little_Nine
    Standard Little Nine
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Standard Little Nine
    Manufacturer Standard Motor Company
    Production 1931-1933[1]
    Predecessor Standard Nine
    Successor Standard Nine
    Body style 4-door saloon
    Engine 1932:1,005 cc Straight-4 side-valve[1]
    1934:1,052 cc Straight-4 side-valve[1]
    Transmission Three speed manual
    Wheelbase 2,210 mm (87 in)
    -2,311 mm (91 in) [1]
    Length 3,366 mm (133 in)
    Width 1,359 mm (54 in)
    The "Little Nine" was a small family car produced by the British Standard Motor Company between 1931 and 1933.[1] It was the smallest in the range of cars offered by the company in the early-1930s, appearing some two years after the demise, in 1929, of the 9.9hp Standard Teignmouth.
    The 1,005 cc side-valve engine was replaced three years after launch, in 1934, when the bore was extended, the slightly larger unit now displacing 1,052cc. Claimed maximum power was 22 bhp.[1] and was delivered to the rear wheels via a three speed gearbox.
    In 1936 production came to an end and the car was replaced by the more streamlined Flying Nine model.
    Thanks for sharing this,
    Dave
  2. brassnut brassnut, 1 year ago
    wow thank you so much for all that,will show this to my sister when her vist as her dont know how to use a pc, your very good, thanks again anthony

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