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This bus is typical of the light and cheap American chassis that were popular in Britain in the 1920s before mass-produced British vehicles became available. It is fitted with a typical 1920s thirteen-seater charabanc body.
This example was discovered in a dilapidated state in a Herefordshire breaker's yard in 1957. It regularly takes part in the Historic Commercial Vehicle Club's London to Brighton Run each May.
|Price new||(chassis): £280|
|Manufacturer||Maxwell Motor Corp.|
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