About the Tilly

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.

Techical data:

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.