Henry Meadows of Wolverhampton, England were major suppliers of engines to the smaller companies in the British motor industry.
1956 Private company.
They were also responsible for making the Frisky microcar between 1957 and 1961. (See below)
The company became part of Associated British Engineering
1960 The company closed
1961 Manufacturing a range of 5 diesel engines from 100 to 300 hp, a range of gearboxes for automotive, industrial and marine purposes. 520 employees.
Family Three 1960-64
Manufactured by Henry Meadows Limited of Wolverhampton, with Captain Raymond Flower.
Built from 1957 to 1964, most were fitted with 324cc Villiers engines. Earlier versions were styled in Italy by Michelotti. Around 1500 were produced.
Source: Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum
Meadows engines powered the Lea-Francis light car of 1924.
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