Parts Wanted: Wolseley 16/60 **NOW FOUND**

I’m seeking a pair of front lever arm shock absorbers working or not but complete from a 15/60 or 16.60 Wolseley. They are for use on my Healey 100/6 to provide the requisite level of negative camber as the Wolseley lever arm arms are shorter than those on a standard Healey. Any help or leads gratefully appreciated.

 

Parts For Sale: Wolseley 6/90

Wolseley 6/90 spares:

Front bumper brackets (both sides)
Front suspension upper arms (both sides)
RH door side window and surround
Radiator grille light fitting with badge
Heater matrix (pressure tested)
Door arm rests (2)
Ash tray with fitting
Jaeger clock (complete but not working)
Brake servo cylinder assembly (without diaphragm and reservoir)
Wolseley 6/90 Workshop Manual Issue 2

P.O.A
Please contact Ivan Clark (member)
Location: Colchester

Phone: 01206870877
E-mail: wolseley124@btinternet.com

Car For Sale: Wolseley 25HP Limousine**NOW SOLD**

For Sale is a rare beast indeed a 1948 (one of the last) Wolseley 25HP Limousine. From my research it seems that approximately 175 of these cars were built of which it appears only 12 are still known to be around. This one has done around 95000 miles, she has been used as a wedding car for more than ten years I have MOTs going back to 1995 when the mileage was 85,000 but of course she is now both road fund licence and MOT exempt.The car starts and drives very well keeping up with modern traffic, she is of course an old lady and therefore does require some fettling to keep her in good order.

 

Parts For Sale: Wolseley 1950s/60s

I have had the object shown in the photos in my garage for nearly 50 years. I was told it was an automatic gearbox off a 1950s or 60s Wolseley but on opening the box recently, for the first time, I’m sure it isn’t! Danny Hopkins, Editor, Practical Classics Magazine, says “it is a torque converter… it sits between the engine and the auto gearbox itself”.

If you are interested in buying this, please contact David Edwards
Location:Essex CM6 1RG.
Phone: 01279 876205
E-mail: david7.edwards@talktalk.net

Parts Wanted: Wolseley Ten?

 

 

 

 

 

I am completing the restoration of a 1948 Morris 10/4 Series M and am trying to source an interior rear window blind and/or brackets.

I understand that the same, or similar, blind and bracket may have also been fitted to post-war Wolseley ; Wolseley Ten or similar saloon?.

I have attached a photo of the blind and bracket. If you are able to assist or provide any leads, I could be most grateful.

Many thanks,
Rev. David J Manks

Highton Vic 3216 Australia
Phone:    +61 3 5222 4212
Fax: +61 3 5222 5884
E-mail: dcmanks@davidmankspsychology.com.au

Handbook & Manual etc For Sale : Wolseley **NOW SOLD**

Wolseley 6/90 (Series 11) Operation Manual. Good condition for age. £10 + £2 P&P

Wolseley 6/110 Driver’s Handbook. Good condition for age. £3 + £2 P&P

Wolseley 6/80 facts for salesmen card. £5.

The 6/90 by Wolseley poster. Publication No H & E 5484, + Shell Service Guide card, Series 1 & 11 Schedule of Repair & Adjustment Charges, + Service data for NDR870 £15 .

 

Car For Sale : Wolseley 1500 mk1**NOW SOLD**

After 15yrs. of ownership, I am reluctantly offering my cherished Mk.1 1500 for sale. It has covered less than 30,000 miles from new and presents beautifully. There is absolutely no rust/bubbling or the like on the body, and the chrome is first class-bonnet/boot hinges, radiator grille “horse shoes”, ‘W’ wing motifs all new old stock parts.

After purchasing the car in Yorkshire in 2002, I found that the paintwork was unintentionally two tone on one side, as a result of which I had the car repainted in the original Yukon Grey. During the last 15 yrs., in which I have covered only 8000 miles, a new radiator has been fitted, and the clutch was replaced last week. The oil/filters have been changed annually. It shows 45lbs. oil pressure when on the road, and the gearbox/diff. etc. show no faults. There have (almost inevitably) been a couple of patch welds underneath.

Inside, the back seat is beautiful, but there is a 1″ split in the front passenger seat due to the leather becoming brittle. The woodwork is fine; the carpets are original and the boot is very clean. It doesn’t need an MOT, but I’d be happy to put a new 12 month certificate on it for a purchaser.