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1920 Maiflower

The Maiflower was an English automobile manufactured from 1919 until 1921 in Gloucester[1] by or for The Maiflower Motor Company. Named for the partners who built them, army captains Campbell Gwynne Price and Arthur Isaac Flower,[2] the car was based on the Model T Ford, although a newly fabricated rear end and alterations to the front transverse suspension provided variations on the standard Ford chassis. Two and four seat tourer and coupé bodies were offered.[1]

Price and Flower's partnership was dissolved as of 4 February 1922 and Price was to continue in the same business at Commercial Road, Gloucester.[2]

See also


  1. ^ a b David Burgess Wise, The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles
  2. ^ a b Notice, The London Gazette, page 1230, 10 February 1922

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