In the nineteen-twenties, there was on the east side of Regent Street and near to Oxford Circus, a motor showroom which appeared to specialise in sporting adaptations of Model T (or “Flivver”) Fords. At any rate, I never saw any other cars there. These had lowered suspensions and open sports bodywork in the then current style, and were always coloured bright red.
I have a rather vague recollection that the name of the establishment may have been “Arthur E. Gould”. I have never seen any reference to these cars, but possibly your records, or the recollection of some other “senior citizen” who is still faithful to your journal, may produce more information and experience of these cars. As at the time I was in the very second-hand motorcycle 2 3/4 belt-drive Douglas) stage, I could only gaze covetously through the window.
H. F. Spong.