Standard Flying Nine 1937. The 'Flying Nine' was launched in 1936 with a 2-door body, but a 4-door body was later introduced. Flyining Nines were only sold from 1936-1940.

Standard Nine (9a) (1937)

Standard Nine (9a) (1937)

The Car

Coming soon

The Specs

Below are the technical specifications and any performance numbers we could get.


Bore & Stroke 60mm x 100mm
Displacement 1131cc
Firing order 1,3,4,2
Oil pressure (hot)
40 lb./sq. in. at 30 mph

Fuel Supply

Carburetor Zenith 30 VM
Choke 24
Main 90
Compensating 65
Progression 110
Slow Running 55


Intake tappet clearance 0.015″ (cold)
Exhaust tappet clearance 0.015″ (cold)
Valve-timing indication Flywheel
Intake valve opens 10° BTDC


Breaker gap 0.010″ – 0.012″
Plug gap 0.020″ – 0.022″
Ignition timing indication
Ignition timing TDC


Clutch type Borg & Beck Single Dry Plate
Clutch linings Borg & Beck Composition


Brake type Bendix
Brake linings Bendix  Composition

Wheel Alignment

Toe-In 18
Caster angle 2¼°
King pin angle 8½°