Yes, credited as English Ford when the same photo was used on page 25 of "The English Model T Ford" book. Great book -- available from some vendors such as Lang’s see: http://www.modeltford.com/item/ENGLISHT.aspx and for previews of the book the website is: www.modeltbook.com and previews of each chapter at: http://www.modeltbook.co.uk/chapter-by-chapter.html
The caption under the photo reads, “The Shaftesbury Avenue Showroom of Ford Motor Co. (England) Ltd., photographed on an unknown occasion during 1914.
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Those fronts look like 30x3?? Bud.
I believe that dealership was located at Mayfair, London's finest shopping district. Have a look at the unique building in the background. I took the photo below when I was there. I think it is the exact same spot.
I believe that dealership was located at Mayfair, London's finest shopping district. Have a look at the unique building in the background. I took the photo below when I was there. Notice the banded stone work?
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Dave, about a mile away. David P.S. Great photo of your runabout in profile.
https://maps.google.com.au/maps?saddr=Allens+of+Mayfair,+117+Mount+Street,+Londo n+W1K+3LA&daddr=55+Shaftesbury+Avenue,+London+W1D+6LD&hl=en&ll=51.50957,-0.14037 6&spn=0.017548,0.029483&sll=51.509536,-0.140475&sspn=0.017548,0.029483&geocode=F fn6EQMd37r9_yHa8qQ5a2yXVSmlXF4vLAV2SDHa8qQ5a2yXVQ%3BFf8CEgMdifz9_ynj3vRU0gR2SDHo 9dhLa4Rjyw&mra=ls&t=m&z=15
Thanks for the clarification David. I'm glad I got the general area right. I'm sure there are more than a few buildings like that there. With the brutally enforced parking meters running at the rate of four pounds an hour, you really can't afford to stray too far from your car.