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Bill Postins
Balsall Common, Warwickshire

Tel: 01676483941
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The British Motor Corporation or BMC, as it were better known, were the innovators of so called badge engineering. However William Morris of Morris Motors were practicing the art since before the war, spinning both MGs and Wolseleys from the more mundane Morris models. But it was after the the 2nd World War that the Nuffield Organisation, the Morris Parent Company, began to introduce greater levels of rationalisation and Wolseley was one of the first marques that ended up moving far closer to the Morris than it been in previous years. The 1948 4/50, was to all intents and purposes a Morris Oxford MO wearing traditional Wolseley identity tags. The more stately Wolseley grille was grafted on the front of the Issigonis's curvaceous design, with interior fitments upgraded to full wood and leather specification to suit the aspiring middle class sensibilities. The Wolseley also replaced the Morris side valve engine and had its own far more advanced 51 bhp 1476cc overhead cam four cylinder engine. The quite delightful example we offer here has a lovely story to tell. The Wolseley was built between th 27th of February and the 6th of March 1951 and dispatched to T.H.Nice and Co of Cambridge on the 7th of March the same year. The car was then registered to a Mr. Lunniss of Newmarket on the 9th of March 1951. The car then had just 3 owners until 1998. The present mileage reading is 69,000 miles, it would be nice to think that reading was correct but apart from MOTs that go back to 2003 we have no other evidence to back this up, therefore it would be wise to assume that it is not the mileage covered by the car from new but let your eyes be the judge. The car drives extremely well and starts on the button. I would say the car has been restored in past but certainly the car presents very well with good paintwork and chrome. The comes with an extensive history file which includes a British Motor Heritage Certificate, original buff log book, older MOTs, tax discs and what looks like it's original drivers hand book. We can only find one other example on the market nationwide making it a very rare example indeed. An absolute must for a Wolseley collector. Part exchange welcome, funds either way. Please call on the number below for an appointment to view.
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Year Make Description Price
1912 Wolseley 1912 Wolesley 16/20 Open Drive all weather Cabriolet For Sale £62,000
1936 Wolseley 1936 Wolseley 21 Tickford Drop Head Coupe For Sale £34,995
1931 Wolseley 1931 Wolseley Hornet Tourer For Sale £29,950
1958 Wolseley 1958 Eine britische Zeitreise in die 50er Jahre mit einer neuwert For Sale £24,100
1926 Wolseley 1926 Wolseley 11/22 Open Tourer For Sale £16,600
1965 Wolseley 1965 Stunning Wolseley 6/110 For Sale £15,750
1946 Wolseley 1946 Woseley For Sale £14,000
1963 Wolseley 1963 Wolseley 6/110 MK1 For Sale £13,950
1952 Wolseley 1952 LHD wolseley 6/80 For Sale £13,900
1942 Wolseley 1942 Wolseley 18/85 Full restoration For Sale £13,500
1965 Wolseley 1965 Wolseley Hornet MK II For Sale £12,000
1933 Wolseley 1933 Wolseley Nine Collectors Item For Sale £11,500
1968 Wolseley 1968 Wolseley 1300 MK2 Genuine Original For Sale £10,000
1954 Wolseley 1954 Fully restored Wolseley Four-forty four. For Sale £9,250
1967 Wolseley 1967 WOLSELEY HORNET Mk3. PORCELAIN GREEN. 67,000 MILES For Sale £8,995
1955 Wolseley 1955 Wolseley 4/44 For Sale £8,995
1970 Wolseley 1970 Wolseley 1300 MK2 For Sale £7,995
1970 Wolseley 1970 Wolseley 16/60 For Sale £7,995
1958 Wolseley 1958 Wolseley 1500 For Sale £7,995
1957 Wolseley 1957 Wolseley 1500, exceptional condition. For Sale £7,495
1946 Wolseley 1946 Wolseley 1248 For Sale £6,995
1968 Wolseley 1968 Wolseley 16/60 For Sale £6,950
1965 Wolseley 1965 Wolseley 1500 Sedan For Sale £5,700
1958 Wolseley 1958 Wolseley 1500 For Sale £5,215
1966 Wolseley 1966 Woseley 1500 For Sale £5,000