The original Standards did not have the headlights under the frame like that That was a result of an overhaul of cars in the 1950's Sealed beams were one addition of the overhaul The Standards were Stillwell designed Same as the Erie commuter cars that everybody lauds as probably one of the best passenger cars for its time. If you look at older pictures the sealed beams were not there at all Pictures from the remainining cars from the late 50's to retirement in the late 60's had the sealed beams
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