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1979 Standard 20

1979 Standard 20 in Peking Express, Non-fiction TV, 2004-2008 IMDB Ep. 4.02

Class: Bus, Single-deck — Model origin: IN

1979 Standard 20

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garco NL

2006-09-18 13:02

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Heavy load on the right...

ben68 BE

2006-09-18 13:08

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You mean on the left? ;) I would guess Mahindra.

maruti800 IN

2006-09-18 13:08

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This is Hindustan Standard Mini Bus. It was a huge failure and not in production any more. Hindustan now makes Ambassador and old mitsubishi designed, lancer and pajero.

garco NL

2006-09-18 13:14

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Standard is the type then?

maruti800 IN

2006-09-18 14:58

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yeah u can clearly c STANDARD written. if u c carefully.

2491tj EN

2007-01-17 19:31

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based on the old Standard Atlas van

Ram IN

2007-09-09 07:55

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This was made by Standard Motor Products of Perungalathur, Tamil Nadu, India (near Madras; not by Hindustan Motors of Uttarpara (near Calcutta)).
It's based on the Standard Atlas van.
Standard Motor Products (StaMPro) existed from 1948..1988. They also made the Standard Vanguard, 8, 10, Companion, Herald, Gazel and Standard 2000 before fading out into the sunset.

Here's a sketch I made of the original Atlas.
http://xs200.xs.to/xs200/06181/Standard20Atlas-600x455.jpg

garco NL

2007-09-09 09:02

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Thanks! Interesting.

deville_56 IN

2010-03-25 00:44

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Hindustan and Standard are two independent brands.

stanman IN

2011-05-11 19:06

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maruti800 wrote This is Hindustan Standard Mini Bus. It was a huge failure and not in production any more. Hindustan now makes Ambassador and old mitsubishi designed, lancer and pajero.

This is not a 'Hindustan' by any means, has nothing to do with Hindustan.

It was known as STANDARD 20, made by STAMPRO (STANDARD MOTOR PRODUCTS), Madras, India in the early 80s.

The first version was bade on the Leyland 20, with a wet-liner Vanguard engine:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/drrocky/5413498707/

This was the second version known as the "MICRO"

'hope that clarifies things. Please correct the name mentioned.

Thanks

-- Last edit: 2011-05-11 19:09:49

Jale PL

2019-09-25 12:51

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Rather 1982 than 1980? --> Link to "www.team-bhp.com"

Edit:

At least 1979 --> Link to "www.automania.be"

-- Last edit: 2019-10-11 18:47:16

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