A pair of Lucas TVS F700 headlamps, British Pre Focus 7″, used for a short period only and effectively as new. Made in India on UK tooling, glass has Lucas logo but is marked ‘Foreign Glass’ at the bottom. Would fit any 1950s or later Wolseley.
The rims were painted with Zinc paint to protect against corrosion, removed due to having acquired a genuine period pair of lamps. £40 pair plus P&P
Please contact Jeffrey Bridges (member)
Location: East Sussex
Original Wolseley 6/80 steering wheel for sale(also fits early 4/44s) vgc , contact me for details and photos. £150. text or telephone
Please contact David Barker (member)
I am looking for rear wings and rear doors for a Series 111 16/65. I believe they are common to all Series 111 cars. Condition and location not a problem.
Please contact Jim Goad (member)
Phone: 01726 890333
Wanted – pictures of Wolseley stand at the 1961 Earls Court Motor Show please. They need to be only of this date/venue and no others.
Really appreciate any help.
1926 Wolseley saloon,runs drives,all paperwork with car ,
Owned for last 35 years car is currently “taxed” although exempt from tax and mot
Paint work good for age ,all lights and guages present , comes with handbook and some spares.
Reluctant sale but need the space
please contact William Needham
Location: Milton Keynes
Phone: 07768 721154
After an absence of 3 years, I am suffering from 1500 withdrawal symptoms!
I would, therefore, like to consider exchanging my 1100 auto for a 1500 of similar value/calibre (Mk.3 preferred, ‘though not essential.) My car can only be described as Condition 1 and has an interesting history/provenance. . It was delivered new to an elderly lady in Orkney, and has been described by experts from the 1100 Club and our own register as a Mark 1 and a half! Given its date of registration, it should be a Mk.2, but it has all the features of the model’s first incarnation.
The car was driven carefully, as one must in Orkney, for 29,000 miles until the owner’s passing, whereupon it was placed in heated storage for almost 30 years.
I acquired it exactly 4 years ago and a further 2,000 miles have been added by me and a couple of local members, who are always happy to borrow it for shows. The car drives without fault, with the auto box performing just as it should. Enthusiasts will know that this box offers a manual clutch less option and I feel that is more rewarding to drive using this facility.
The car is in the lovely ‘Glen Green’ livery, with matching full leather upholstery. It is completely rust free, top and bottom, having been undersealed with grease from new, and the inside is a lovely place to be. it wanted for nothing when I bought it, but just to set it off, I replaced the front bumper and side grille chrome whiskers with brand new BMC old stock.I also replaced the original cross ply tyres, as I felt that they might be unsafe at speed!
The 1100 is now over half a century old, and I would draw attention to the following points:-
1. There is a slight ‘blow’ from the exhaust (indiscernible from within) but full new system would be included.
2. The horn has never worked during my ownership, but Andy Wells assures me that he will sell me a replacement from his vast stock.
3. The fuel gauge is temperamental.
4. I feel that a purist would wish to do some detailing to the engine bay.
This car is a genuine ‘one off’-indeed it is the only Wolseley 1100 auto on the ‘How Many Left’ website. I have names/nos. from 1100 club members who asked for first crack if I should ever consider selling it, but I’d rather it stay in the Register, and I’d rather have a 1500! I have been offered £7k. for the car, although members who trawl EBay, Carsandclassics etc. (anoraks like me?!) will see the current going rate for Wolseley ADO16’s. Indeed, a Bermuda Blue 1300, with white wall tyres, higher mileage, ambla seats, etc., is currently advertised for £7,995. I owned this car until 2014. It’s a good one, but my 1100 is considerably better in all respects with the exception of out and out performance.
If you have the 1500 of my dreams (1500s and me go together like mince and tatties!), please get in touch.
Dick Peters (member)
1 Radiator grille: believed to be for a 4/44 or a 15/50. In very good condition £140.00 (one hundred and forty pounds). buyer to collect or pay for delivery.
2 Boot logo for a 16/60. In excellent condition with all rear pins attached: £15.00 (fifteen pounds) plus postage and packing.
Please contact Geoffrey Goss (member)
I have various items which are surplus to requirements for a Wolseley 1500. These are looking for new homes for contributions towards my own Riley 1500 restoration. All in restorable order but needing ‘fettling’:
Front panel – some fibre glass in bottom corners but relatively in tact- offers over £50
NSF wing – metal including Wolseley flash – offers over £60
OSF wing – fibreglass – offers over £60
Pair rear doors with interiors and pull handles – pale blue – offers over £25 each
Pair front doors with interiors and pull handles – claret – offers over £25 each
Please contact Tom Sayles
Location: Thurso, Caithness, Scotland
Phone: 07801 555099
Set of new rings and used pistons in good condition for Wolseley 6/80. Best offer please
Please contact Tom Condon
Wolseley Club Journals issue numbers 103, 107 to119. 124 to 126. 132.
Found in loft. Free to collect or will post.
Please contact Patrick Lydon
Location: Worcester Park, Surrey.
Wolseley 6/110 or 6/99 wanted.
Good condition or bad, anything considered.
Let me know what you have.
Please contact Thomas Ward
Wanted. Air cleaner/silencer for Series 3 21/25hp
Please contact David Palmer (member)
Phone: 0115 9634154
Wanted excellent Wolseley 15/50, preferably Yukon Grey with red leather.
I am looking for a really good example to enjoy.
Thank You – David Saul
Axles front & rear (two with C W &Ps, halfshafts) believed suitable for earliest Hornets (small brake drum models) with the stretched Morris Minor chassis. Also wheel centres, & some complete wheels. NOTE-I dont know how to resize my photos down to 2MB. But I can can send them to the email address of anybody interested
please contact Richard Mawer
Location: East Midlands UK
Phone: 07909 765838
Rare 1938 Series.III 16/65 Wolseley for sale. Body and chassis in good condition (no engine). Enquires or offers invited. Reluctant sale due to ill health.
Wanted: ‘Wolseley Fifteen Fifty’ chrome script for the front side wing of a 1956 15/50.
Please contact Martin Hayhurst (member)
Location: Warton, Carnforth, Lancashire
Wolseley “Ten” (Chain Driven Engine) List of spare parts booklet. Published 1927 after the takeover by Morris. Printed by Morris-Oxford Press Ltd ref number 787. Internal condition very good, with line drawn diagrams of parts, service numbers, descriptions and prices. Cover is sound but has a few oily finger prints on it.
For sale at £6 including postage and packaging.
Wolseley 4/50 Instruction Manual No 2016 First Edition. Well used manual with some finger prints on some of the 90 internal pages. Cover quite grubby and spine fragile. Great line drawings inside. I’m sure my dad had this model whilst we were abroad in Mauritius in the 1960s. A great car that could withstand a lot of punishment even though it was old then!
£7 including post and packaging.
please contact Nigel French
Phone: 01202 516266 or 07855298616
I URGENTLY need a radiator grille to suit a Series III (1938 – 1945) 18, 21 or 25 car (they’re interchangeable).
I’ll pay good money for a good example.
Thanks Steve Darnell (member)
Phone: 07785 333800
Wanted for Mk 1 (1957) 1500. Oil bath air filter & carb to oil bath box. (bolts to single carb).
Also the metal air box between the carb & the oil bath air filter.
Please contact Graham Whitaker (member)
Location: Halifax. West Yorks
Phone: 07917 030332
I have just purchased a 1972 Wolseley 1300 and am looking for the following spares, there will be more to come later.
Front floor pans both sides
front and rear valance
steering lock on the column
these are just some of the bits I will need and any help would be most appreciated
thanks Khern (member)