The Standard Motor Company was founded in 1903 in Coventry by Reginald Maudslay.  Over decades, many different reasonably-priced cars were manufactured, with the Flying Standard models being introduced in the 1930’s.  After WW II, Standard bought the Triumph company and also began production of the Vanguard and later the Standard Eight.  In 1963, the firm was acquired by the Leyland Motors Group and the Standard name disappeared.

1937 Standard Flying 12. Model by Somerville Models
1948 Standard Vanguard Phase I. Model by Kenna Models
1950's Standard Vanguard van. Model by Kenna Models
1954 Standard Vanguard Phase II Taxi. Model by Kenna Models
1955 Standard Eight Saloon. Model by Crossway Models