The following Wolseley 4/44 spares:
- Full engine – complete, unknown condition but believed to have been OK when last used – £100
- Gearbox – complete, but might need some attention – £50
- Front Screen – £20
- Pair Front Wings – rough – £10
- Brake shoes and many other smaller items
Location: Staines, Surrey.
Phone: 01784 451039
Found: 1963 Wolseley 1500 in a reasonable condition, prefer Maroon but will consider other colours as the car will be subject to a complete rebuild. Must be a 1963 registered car and an original number plate would be a bonus. Chassis number must be circa WHS2-16000 -20000, as I am looking for an early 1963 car to restore.
For sale: Wolseley 16/60 automatic engine and gearbox. Stored for a few years, some ancillaries missing, engine condition unknown. Space needed.
Price: £50 – Buyer collects.
For sale: A towbar that I took of a Wolseley 6/110 MK 2 some 15 years ago. In good condition. Make me a sensable offer.
Also a complete dashboard of the same 6/110 MK 2, LHD!!. Also here sensible offers welcome.
Andreas Adam (Member)
Sold on Ebay:
Wolseley 14/60 or 18/85 body tub with doors, (unfortunately the seller obviously does not realise that the 18 bulkhead is wider than the 14, so any prospective buyer would need to check this out). The pictures suggest that it is in excellent condition, so one might query why the car was broken? Other parts also appear to be available as separate lots.
For Sale: The part is an original oil filter /cooler from I believe a 1930,s Wolseley Hornet, (please correct me if this is wrong). It is in very good condition with no apparent damage.
I am asking £150 plus carriage or buyer to collect from me in Chichester , West Sussex.
Phone: 01243 573580
I have a dismantled 1913 24/30 6 cyl. Wolseley chassis No 20294, engine 215A/1134, which I have started to get ready for rebuilding but am now unable to complete due to ill health. It is therefore now for sale for £15,000 including some new parts, many spare unused parts, 5 re-built straight sided rimmed wheels and 4 new tyres.
SOLD: Registered in 31/05/1935 and known to both the DVLA and the Register’s LoRV, the Wasp is being sold on behalf of the Wolseley Register. Previously owned in Scotland, the car has had a full ‘body off’ restoration, but has recently been stored outside, although covered over.
No detailed investigation of its current condition has been undertaken and so it is assumed the car will require recommissioning and some degree of restoration. However, from what has been seen, the body is sound, with some localised areas of rust, particularly under the boot lid. The paint scheme is not original and requires some rework, whilst most of the chrome work is reasonable, with an excellent grill and front bumper.
The door lock on the front near/side door is seized and so the door does not shut. The interior is complete, but the seat leathers have a few tears and need feeding, and the roof lining needs replacing. The carpets are not original, and the steering wheel needs recovering. The woodwork is sound, but could ideally do with refinishing.
The car mechanics are in unknown condition, the engine has been heard running, but it was a little rough. The tyres look excellent although their age is unknown. There are some original tools in the boot. More photographs are available on request, and there are many extra spares available by separate negotiation.