Blueprint Standard Ten Sedan 1956

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The Standard Ten Sedan 1956 was a reliable and dependable family sedan that offered solid performance and solid value. With its classic, timeless design, the Standard Ten was a top-seller in its day. Built on a sturdy X-frame platform and powered by an efficient 4-cylinder gasoline engine, it featured a straightforward suspension system, four-wheel drum brakes, and simple-yet-durable interior trim. On the outside, the Standard Ten was classic 1950s Americana with its curved art deco front fascia featuring character-defining chrome highlights and the brand's signature egg-crate grille. From its whitewall tires to its two-tone paint job, this four-door sedan had an undeniable classic feel. Inside, the Standard Ten boasted polished real-wood surfaces, comfortable seating for five, and an easy-to-operate heater and air-conditioning system. With an impressive maximum speed of 72 mph, the Standard Ten Sedan 1956 was a dependable car with excellent fuel economy and a continued commitment to quality.

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