The Standard Motor Company of Coventry produced cars from 1903 to 1963 and in 1945 it purchased Triumph, after which it produced cars under both marques as Standard Triumph. The company eventually became part of Leyland Motors and then British Leyland. 10am to 4.30pm (cars will be on display until around 3pm)
***No confirmed 2021 dates yet*** Standard Triumph Show at Manchester Museum of Transport A selection of classic Standard and Triumph cars on display The Standard Motor Club was formed in 1973 to promote interest in cars produced by The Standard Motor Company and Standard Triumph and The Manchester Standard Triumph Group of the Club was formed in 1999.
Location: Museum of Transport, Cheetham Hill
Region: North West
The Greater Manchester Transport Society is the volunteer charity operating the Museum of Transport, which is owned by GMPTE. Principally for bus preservation, but much classic car interest.
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Contact Address: Museum of Transport, Boyle Street, Cheetham Hill, Manchester M8 8UW Tel: 0161 205 2122 | Fax: 0161 202 1110
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Standard Admission (£): Adults £4, concess £2, U16 accompanied free
Admission with classic car (£): See organiser