Does anyone know if any Maiflower cars still exist. They were built in Gloucester by two ex-army captains, M. Price and A.I. Flower, from 1919 to 1921. The only illustration that I can find is on page 361 of G.N. Georgano's Encyclopedia of Motor Cars. It looks very sporty, although apart from being lowered the rest of the mechanicals are apparently standard.
Here is a 2012 thread with pictures about the Maiflower cars: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/257047/268404.html?1329858868
If a standard T engine was used, the same horsepower tax calculated on cylinder diameter that slowed Model T sales in Britain in those years would also have affected the Maiflower. My guess is that very few were sold(?)
Thanks Roger. Old age must be taking hold, I had forgotten that thread, and I even commented on it.