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Wolseley 1500 R100,000 1958 90.9cui, 1,489 cc straight-4 4-Speed manual Condition: Average Running: Yes
- 14th Apr 2021
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wolseley 6/110 lowline hearse automatic for restoration this is an irish built hearse that has been in storage for a few years and restoration has started it still needs lots of work but is believed to be the last lowline it is all complete on the engine gearbox all the glass and fittings are with it and the seats and ...
- 15th Mar 2021
This unspoiled classic is tax and MOT exempt and is sold as a rolling restoration/Refurb or for total restoration dependent on the new owners preference. As it runs etc you can take it away and repair as you go or if you would prefer why not get us to refurb/restore it to your specifications.
- 14th Apr 2021
Mr Darcys are offering for sale, this stunning Wolseley 6/110 Mk2 Automatic. The Wolseley 6/99 and 6/110 were the final large Wolseley cars. Styled by Pininfarina with additions by BMC staff stylists, the basic vehicle was also sold under two of BMC's other marques as the Austin A99 Westminster and Vanden Plas Princess ...
- 5th Mar 2021
1935 Wolseley Hornet 14hp Special. 6 cylinder Overhead cam. A rare chance to buy off plan and be involved with the construction and design of your dream racer style Hornet. Pictures are of “One We Made earlier” Now Living in Germany, and another 12hp when first built Bodied by Brooklands Bodycraft, Who will be clothing ...
- 30th Mar 2021
The Wolseley 9 was in production for just two years from 1934 and was powered by a 1018cc overhead cam engine capable of producing 59mph. The performance was very respectable for a mid sized Saloon car of this era and only 7200 examples were ever built in the form of Saloons, Tourer and Limousines. These cars were surprisingly ...
- 9th May 2021
1931 Wolseley Hornet Sports Introduced in 1930, the Wolseley Hornet was the car that began the ‘Light Six’ genre. This formula was to prove extremely popular in the first half of the 1930s, as the demand for small cars with smooth running engines with six cylinders grew rapidly. The overhead camshaft Hornet ...
- 20th Apr 2021
1903 Wolseley 10hp Rear Entrance Tonneau. Chassis number: 510 Registration Number: DO54 Engine Number: 489 A long term ownership London to Brighton Veteran; "Clemantine" has been in the current families ownership for several decades. During this time it has run the london to Brighton route at least 15 times ...
- 18th Mar 2021
Original unrestored, newly delivered Wolseley 4/44 from 1956 in the Netherlands. In good and unrestored condition, this Wolseley has already been repainted once. The chrome work is authentic and in fair condition. The interior is in authentic condition, this can be labeled as unique. Upholstery is made of red leather, ...
- 14th Apr 2021
1913 Wolseley 24/30HP Two-Seater Chassis no. 20034 Registration no. J1296 Engine no. 34/1134 1913 Wolseley 24/30HP Two-Seater for sale: A large and imposing Edwardian two seat tourer, this 24/30hp model sports Wolseleys large 5 litre six cylinder engine giving ample power and easy modern day cruising speeds. ...
- 26th Apr 2021
or sale this extremely rare nearly 100 years old survivor .it has got just one owner in UK and very well maintened as the car has been imported from Belgium few years ago and was belong to a vintage car's collector who owns museum where the car has been kept for many years . The car was then registered in Uk with british ...
- 23rd Mar 2021
1963 wolselet hornet mk 2 with new mot was stored for 6 years befor being restored 3 year ago
- 6th May 2021
This delightful Wolseley 1500 was first UK registered in 1961 and spent its first 14 years on the British Isles. In 1975, the car was exported to Cyprus where the Wolseley enjoyed a warm, dry climate for 14 years. The Wolseley had just one owner in Cyprus and in 1992 was shipped from Limassol to Liverpool when it was purchased ...
- 13th May 2021
Green body with green leather interior. 1.5 litre BMC B series engine. 4 speed manual. The car looks very presentable at a distance and attracts of lot a positive comments. However, a previous owner repainted it (badly) some years ago. There is filler in the usual places and some bubbling. The car has been welded in the ...
- 9th Apr 2021
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. It was given a ...
- 16th Apr 2021
When BMC upgraded and vastly improved the B-Series Farina-styled cars in 1961, the Wolseley version received the same benefits and features. This involved lengthening the wheelbase, widening the wheel tracks and stiffening up the suspension to turn a rather narrow-tracked and very top heavy car into a more stable and upmarket ...
- 24th Apr 2021