Classic Car Catalogue
Eight (1009 cc, 28 bhp)(wb: 6' 11'')
Twelve (1609 cc, 44 bhp)(wb: 8' 4'')
Fourteen (1776 cc, 49 bhp)(wb: 8' 4'')
On completion of the war the Eight, Twelve and Fourteen were quickly back in production, the saloons being joined by a timber estate car body version of each model (steel being in short supply). No longer were the cars called 'Flying Standards'.
31st December 1945 - The Triumph Company was acquired by the Standard Motor Company.
A 4WD agricultural vehicle was produced based on the 8hp engine - only short production run.