The original 1934 chassis of the Standard Superior, owned by author Paul Schilperoord of The Extraordinary Life of Josef Ganz, is currently on its way to London. The chassis will go on display as part of the exhibition James May’s Cars That Changed The World at the London Classic Car Show 2015, which will be held from January 8 to 11.

The Standard Superior was originally developed by the Standard Fahrzeugfabrik in Ludwigsburg in the early 1930s according to the patents of Josef Ganz, including on the horizontal engine placement on one side of the tubular backbone chassis, the swinging rear half-axles, the steering system, and the pedal configuration.

Standard Superior Chassis loaded on 05-01-2015