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The friendly group for all classic car enthusiasts
Helping to preserve Britain’s heritage
Manchester Standard Triumph Group
Wednesday 16th April
Noggin & Natter
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Standard Motor Club
@ The Pack Horse
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Standard Motor Company
RLAS Cars in the Park Oct 2011
The Cars in the Park show is run by the Royal Agricultural Society at Witton Country Park, Blackburn. Andrew Davis won a deserved best in show for his ‘32 Big 9.
Tatton Park Show Aug 2011
After deciding not to create a special theme this time, MSTG was awarded the 2nd best stand in the whole show!
MOSI Manchester June 2011
This visit replaced our usual monthly meeting and was very well attended by 32 members, associates, their family and friends.
Group Annual Show Sept 2011
This year saw our Groups Annual show return to the Kingsley and Froghall Station car park. Where we had a total of 38 vehicles on display for the public.
If MSTG were at an event somebody will have written a report
The MSTG Articles Archive contains interesting newsletter items submitted by our Members
Our image galleries are where you will find pictures of our members and friends cars. The MSTG is open to all marques of car so you won’t just find Standards and Triumphs but an eclectic mix of vehicles.
If you had visited a Standard Motors dealership in 1933 to look at the range of cars, perhaps to test drive a Big Nine or a Little Twelve. You would probably have left with a handful of brochures and a copy of The Song of the Standard. You will find the music, the
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John Clarke has a regular column in the MSTG Newsletter entitled “Standard Waffle” in this edition John reflects on how his Father decided on his first car and how he became involved with Standards himself.
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Laid out in 1926 the Italian Gardens at Blackpool’s Stanley Park provided the perfect setting for a display MSTG members classic cars.
In May 1944 Standard filed three patents for, at the time, a rather unusual vehicle. Nowadays we would call it an A.T.V (All Terrain Vehicle) or Quad Bike. Standard called it the J.A.B (Jungle Airborne Buggy) but it became known as the Junglebug.
27th April Drive it day
Early lunch at Pack Horse followed by drive to Whitaker Museum
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