That’s completely fine, and understandable! And yeah, to be fair the “Standard” model is the budget model for the Elianor, it’s the one for people who want an Elianor, but don’t have enough money to buy the real deal. So you’re actually buying the cheap crapbox variant, but you get to tell other people it’s a standard model. But obviously, as was the thing with a lot of those cars, you would be able to specially order one. So hypothetically, you could have a Standard Series with a 4-speed and the 3.0 V6, or you could have a Standard Series with a V8. You could really even have a Deluxe with the piddly V6 if you really wanted to for some reason.
The main real variance between the models is in the interior and equipment. Engines and Transmissions were just what came standard with the model, and any of them except the 430 could be ordered in any variant of the car. As the 430 was exclusive to the GTX model.
It is my fault that I didn’t make that clear in the original post! I hope that clears up everything about it for you!