Original A series engine 998cc which runs amazingly. It still has factory original carpets and leather seats which are in very good condition, also original factory wheel arch finishers. It has never been welded in its life which you will be able to seen apon viewing it.
My family where main dealers of Wolseley back in the day in torquay, but sadly the car was sold but some years later we brought it back from the buyer as we loved the car so much and has been family owned ever since.
Since ive had the car the breaks and wheel cylinders have been done plus a mini service which was done 5 years ago, which that was the last time it saw a road but i have started it from time to time and ran it backwards and forwards on my drive to keep it free.
Portuguese in excellent throughout condition.
?A rare model with great collectible interest.?
?Leather upholstery of origin.?
"Taking advantage of the Mini's enormous success, Wolseley produced a luxurious version of it, but with more space for luggage and numerous improvements: .....
1st registered Jan 1932. Bodied by Eustace Watkins.1479 cc engine. During the period mid 1931 until our mechanic bought it, it had only one owner. It was his daily car until (he thinks) 1962 when it was laid up and all but forgotten. He bought it 17 years ago after rescuing it from its collapsed garage. .....
GENUINE special, original body. Project car with much good work carried out.
Engine,gearbox, head lights are correct. Owned and restored over 30 years to current condition.
Engine is complete to finish to your own specification, ancilarys included.
Very desirable and sought after car.
No log book .....
Very good Wolseley Horne. No need to weld or spray. Drives perfect, like new. Original Dutch car. Dry stored inside for 25 years
This car is bodied in an attractive 2+2 touring style by Abbey Coachworks. It is believed to be one of only 5 built by Abbey in this way and certainly one of the prettiest Hornet Specials in our eyes.
The 1.3 litre cross-flow Wolseley 6 cylinder engine with overhead cam was advanced for the pre-war .....
Our Wolseley Hornet Special has a roadster body from Hiltons of Rugby. The vintage car is restored and has a correct rebuilt engine. An appraisal report describes it with grade 2+. The petite roadster with the fine six-cylinder engine is just something very special.
A John Seber built Wolseley Hornet, powered by a 2.5L Riley engine and gearbox.
It drives fantastic, has lots of power and can comfortably keep up with modern traffic.
It can be viewed and test driven near Oxford.