1930 Wolselsey Messenger 21/60 in maroon and black, with cream utility wheels, new carpets, bioheadliner, leather interior,a stunning car, only three left in world, mine, one in New Zealand and on other in Uk. Restored to high standard. Many spares, and many photos and history to the car.
A long wheelbase Limousine Version of the 25HP, made to cater for the chauffer driven end of the market.
Fitted with Wolseley’s Largest 3.5 Litre six Cylinder engine producing 108bhp. It could comfortably carry seven passengers and Could top 100 MPH given a long enough run up.
The Limousine .....
This Wolseley 14/60 is a very desirable pre-war motor car, having 60 BHP under the bonnet, produced by a very reliable 1818 cc 6 cylinder engine which means she can cruise happily on A class roads. The interior is a delight and all original. The body work and chrome are in good order for the age of .....
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. .....
1936 Wolseley 16hp Series 2 Super 6.
A rare car built with the noble tradition of engineering excellence, build quality and traditional craftsmanship associated with Wolseley..
2 Litre, 6 cylinder, twin rebuilt SU carbs.
4 speed, Hydraulic brakes, Electronic ignition.
Full £6.5k engine rebuild .....
Have too many cars & not enough time, one has to go, so Wolseley on this site, a 1931 Swallow Bodied 2 seater , very rare, apparently one of only 21 made, dont know how many left, has a 1932 Hornet engine & a 4 speed gearbox fitted, a partial restoration by a now deceased owner with lots to do , spent .....
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 .....
We are a Classic Car Company located in Belgium.
We have 9 RHD Bristisch Classic Cars and we consider to sale the 9 cars as a collection ore exchange to LHD cars.
We can arange transportation to the UK.
This is the list of cars:
-MORRIS EIGHT CONVERTIBLE 1937 (project) 3850£
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.
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.
One of the last coach built Wolseley’s before they became a badged Morris.
This car was restored by the former owner who completely rebuilt the engine and gear box, overhauled the brakes, and suspension.
The car was rewired throughout with indicators fitted in to the side lamps, a new head lining, .....