1919 - 1921
This company was one of many 'improvers' of the model T Ford who supposed that a market existed for a more expensive car utilising the trusted Ford mechanicals. The name came from the progenitors, M. Price and A.I. Flower, ex-army captains with gratuities to use in setting up a business. Models listed were 2 and 4 seaters and coupe bodies. The chassis was lowered and modified, with a revised rear end commissioned from Rubery Owen, a handsome replacement radiator and other modifications.
Source: The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile