1958 Wolseley 1500
Well maintained Wolseley
Body stamped Fishlow Birmingham Plate denoting rarer Hand built body
Good condition for it’s age
Some body work needs attention
2 exterior covers
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I ham putting this up for sale as I haven’t got the time to finish it it comes with all the parts in the pictures it is up and running new brakes and pipes fitted it needs welding finishing and door cards etc these don’t come up very often now will make a nice car when done
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 .....
A well known VSCC dated 1913 Wolseley Torpedo convertible Phaeton 6 Cylinder Model M6 24/30 HP. This Edwardian Colonial model was delivered to Dr Oscar Pelham Edgar (1871-1948) Professor of English literature at Victoria College, University of Toronto and author of many Publications. In 1928 chassis .....
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 .....
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. .....
Original Dutch and unrestored Wolseley 4/44 from 1956.
In good and unrestored condition, this Wolseley has already been provided with new paint.
The chrome work is authentic and in patina condition. The interior is also in a beautiful patina state, this can be labeled as unique.
The upholstery .....
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 .....
Here we have this stunning looking wolseley 1660
1st registered 8.10.1964
Vin chassis no frame no. WHS3/50661
The wolseley has excellent body work with no rust this is a older restoration which still looks excellent today the interior is in immaculate condition PLEASE .....
1936 Wolseley 14/56 saloon de luxe series 2. Green/black in colour, 1818cc engine, lots of low down torque, 65436 miles, car has only been used for car shows so only a couple hundred miles a year over 20+ years.4 speed box, syncro provided in 3rd and 4th gears.
Mechanically excellent, bodywork excellent, .....
Finished in traditional 1940s Black Coachwork with elegant Hand Painted Gold Coach Lines. A very well maintained quality classic car with a good history file. 1st registered on the 21st of June 1948, confirmed by the buff log Book which also confirms this to be a matching numbers car. Paper work with .....
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.