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Dating engines and chassis
December 19, 2017
8:13 pm
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Simon Morton
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I have got a V5 for my 14/60 project, the date of first registration is 1944. However I would really like to know the build dates or any history of my specific car and or the engine. I have in fact got two engines, ive got an 18/85 series 111 engine on route from Aus....... yes Aus! ( not s pricey as you might imagine)

This is probably a big ask but if you dont you will never know. Does any one hold any of the old factory records?

Waiting in anticipation

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Morts

December 20, 2017
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Hi Simon

The British Motor Museum at Gaydon holds most of the official factory records for our Wolseleys and for other British marques. I suggest you enquire with them about how to proceed, I believe that they charge for the service.

Bob

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