The Standard Light Utility Truck (better known as StandardTilly) was based on the pre-war Standard Flying Twelve Car. Early production types which were supplied to the RAF had independent front suspension (with transveral leaf spring) and civilian-type radiator gril.
It has a 4-cyl. 44-bhp engine (own 1609-cc sv) driving rear wheels via 4-speed gearbox. Mechanical brakes. A rigid front-axle and leaf-spring suspension. Tyre size 6.00-16. Wheelbase 108 in. Overall dimensions 166x64x80 in. Weight 2600 lb.
At this moment about 40 ‘survivors’ (from wreck to excellent) are registered with the Tilly Register.
Alongside the StandardTilly, there were three other manufacturers that produces light utility trucks: Hillman, Morris en Austin.
More information about all makes can be found at the site of the Tilly Register.