1934 Blue/Black Wolseley 21/60 County Saloon. Built in Aberdeen, Scotland by Smith & Sons.
Well maintained and in good condition. Recent complete engine rebuild. New upholstery. Original rear travelling trunks. History.
Please contact me for further details.
Location: Crowborough, East Sussex.
Tel: 07702 379 387
Only 4 owners in 55 years, including me. Ive done about 200 miles only in 16 years of ownership. 1,600 cc. Purchased from Wolseley Register member in 2003,based in Brighton. Two tone blue/cream, leather seats and walnut dash. Very sound. Loads of paperwork and original brochures. Boot load of spares. Was resprayed about 20 years ago, otherwise all original. Exact mileage unknown, as speedo was replaced, but I have that old speedo. Garaged in NW London close to J1 of M1. I bought it because my granddad had the exact same car – a pure nostalgia purchase. I just like to look at it and breath in the interior from my 1960s childhood.
Please contact Aubrey Sint
Location: Hendon, London
For sale Wolseley Wedge automatic LGU698P in Flamenco (project). This is a very rare car and the more desirable automatic.
This car was was first built on 21st August 1975 and therefore must be one of the very last Wolseleys produced. It was dispatched on 10th October 1975 to Doves of Croydon and sudsequently registered on 22/10/1975. This is a restoration project the car is complete but have not tried to get it to run.
The car has a later HLS interior fitted but originally had mink interior as on the heritage certificate. I have three old MOT certificates from 1999 to 2002.
I have a spare engine and and auto gearbox that will come with the car.
I am looking for offers around £1800 viewing by arrangement the car is in a yard in Leighton Buzzard.
Please call Stephen Munro (member)
Location: Leighton Buzzard
Phone: 07923 150233
Bodystyle as per Prince of Wales car described by Norman Painting in his book.
Excellent history to this car of which I and the Register have details.
The body is in very good condition throughout with minor blemishes to the wings ,no rust.
Engine needs a rebuild but all there ,please call for more details.£14000 ono
Please contact David Boxall (member)
Location: Wilmington Kent
In full working order, bought as a long term restoration project by my late father, he had completed a partial respray, replaced all 4 tyres, however it will need further work to bring up to a concourse condition. It has had a reconditioned Wolseley 18 rear diff to improve the driving experience and economy. The car is believed to be a former Police vehicle as it has a Police Bell and Dashboard Reading Light. The car comes with a large number of spare parts including front and rear axles, fuel tank, wheel hubs and many other smaller items. A fitted car cover is included.
Location: West Yorkshire.
If you require any further information or to arrange a viewing, please contact William on 07891639578.
For Sale -1935 Wolseley Wasp,
It is with regret that I am having to sell my Wasp. There are one or two small cosmetic jobs to do one being that the brakes which I had professionally done about 2 yrs ago, will need adjusting up as they were backed off for storage. there are some spares with the vehicle, valves, +40 pistons used, crank etc.
Wolseley 14/60 Series lll for sale. Built in 1938 and registered 1/1/39 ,before the fireworks !
First owner had it for 21 years , .Five owners before me ,all recorded on the original buff log book .Been to the Morris rally in Switzerland twice ,screen stickers to prove .
The car had never been restored so paint ,chrome and leather are all original apart from the odd touch up . Very unusual to find a car with this patina .
Runs very well ,smooth and very quiet ,good oil pressure when hot. . Recent work includes brake overhaul ,stainless exhaust front to back ,new sunroof drains ,back and front ,new battery ,set of tyres ,running board out riggers . Starts on the button and pulls like a train .Everything on the car is in working condition ,except the Jackall system which ,although complete ,has not been used for some time .
FOR SALE WOLSELEY HORNET MARK 111 1967 – £5,500. ONE FAMILY SINCE NEW COMPLETELY RENOVATED IN 1998 (mileage 71,000) . Assessed as “ IMMACULATE CONDITION “ CURRENT MILEAGE 81,800
For sale I have my uncle’s pride and joy a Wolseley 16/60- colour Grey/Beige. Registered 10.03.1967. My uncle owned the car since 30.07.2008 with 4 previous owners & spent many hours and £s restoring this car. With the car comes a number of spare parts from windows to a gearbox.
I have a lot of paperwork that will be supplied along with a current MOT
Sadly my uncle passed recently and one of his last wishes was that this car would go to someone that would cherish it as he did.
The money raised from the sale of this car will go towards his funeral.
Please contact Aaron Ball
Wanted: Front bumper with overriders for Mark 1 6/90.
Richard Green (Member)
Phone: 01603 871245
1937 Wolseley 14/56 Series II Salon-De-Ville.
A very rare model being one of only three Salon-De-Villes known to survive.
She has a fascinating history and has been dry stored in private collections for over 50 years.
Very sound and driving well she has been recently driven over the Pennines and High peak with no issues.
The car is in amazing time warp original condition and only requires new carpets and superficial jobs.
Total professional engine rebuild in the 1990s and only 3000 miles since.
Genuine reason for sale £12,750 and offers invited to a good home.
Please contact John Hibbert (member)
Location: Chapel-en-le-Frith Derbyshire
Phone: 01298812750 Mob 07518230005
1959 Wolseley 1500
Bodywork and interior in good condition. Been in daily use for the
last 20 months.
Heater. Stainless steel exhaust, recent brake overhaul, new cylinders
and shoes. Good tyres. Runs very well. Selling due to new project and
loss of garage I was renting.
For details please click on the photo & contact John Colligny
Wolseley 14/56 Salon de Ville 1938. Blue with blue leather. In very good condition and running well. MOT July 2019. Rewired with voltage regulator electronic conversion. Cylinder head rebuild. Underside cleaned off back to bare metal and repainted. SS exhaust. Many photographs available. £12000 o.n.o
Please contact Alan Walker
Location: Otterburn, Northumberland
Phone: 01830 520917
A 1963 16/60 in very good condition, The paint and chrome is in very good condition, along with the underside being solid. The car has had an older restoration from its second owner who had it from his grandfather. So the car comes with history going right back to 1964 when he brought it at nine months old.
I have just had rear break cylinders and shoes replaced, along with both screen rubbers and rear springs. So the car is leak free and sitting very nicely.
Because of the lack of protection applied to these cars during manufacture in the fifties, the underside of the car required comprehensive rectification, all service items that required replacement or refurbishment were attended to and the car’s original Canterbury registration obtained to replace the Irish “age-related” plate. With a new MOT certificate, the car was used on the Wolseley Register’s Irish Tour in 2016 and appeared on the Club’s stand at the NEC Classic Motor Show in the same year. Since then the car has had regular enjoyable use and will benefit from ongoing light cosmetic attention – it is a delight to drive and is truly able to keep up with modern traffic but in a sedate way! The car, which has a current MOT valid till May 2019, is reluctantly to be sold to make way for another much-desired purchase. Let this lovely Wolseley 15/50 “put a little light in your life”!
Wolseley 12/48, 1946, 34,303miles
Good condition, with new tyres fitted in 2016. The car has the original Smiths Jackall system fitted.
The sunshine roof has been made new, new headlining, carpets and trim, all professionally done by Uptons in Hastings.
Clayton heater fitted.
A new stainless steel exhaust system has been fitted and the car has been waxoyled underneath.
Please contact Chris Best (member)
Phone: 01435 863609
As it is not being used very much these days, I have reluctantly decided to put my 1960 Wolseley 1500 Mk II up for sale. It has a recorded mileage of 69,753 and is mostly in original condition, both inside and out. It’s still fitted with the original carpets and a brand new spare set will also be included in the sale. It has recently had new tyres, new number plates and a new battery fitted. A fully-tested Radiomobile “period” radio, ready to be fitted, is also included.
The paintwork at the back of the car is slightly scratched where a cyclist ran into it recently. There is also slight blistering where rust is coming through on the offside wing.
The first owner of this car kept it for over 30 years and since then it has had only a handful of owners. I have most of the vehicle history from new, including the original bill of sale.