The pale blue 1959 Standard Ten was set to be crushed under a scrappage scheme operated by Ford, which received the saloon as a part-exchange towards a Transit van.
However, the car was saved thanks to the efforts of enthusiasts at the Standard Motor Club and a classic car magazine.
As part of the agreement undertaken with Ford to save the car, it cannot be driven on the roads.
Instead, Dundee Museum of Transport has the honour of hosting the first public exhibition of the Standard within its halls.
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