Please contact Colin Magenty (member)
Location: Leigh, Lancashire
Please contact Colin Magenty (member)
Location: Leigh, Lancashire
Sold: A 1963 Wolseley 1500 Mk III. This car was in regular use until around one year ago, it still runs and drives in and out of the garage. The bodywork (dark red) is solid but shows a little corrosion around the edges, and the interior is tidy and original.
Location: North Manchester
SOLD: A 1960 Wolseley 6/99, manual with overdrive. This car spent its early years in Nigeria and was imported into the UK in 1967/8, and therefore carries an ‘F’ suffix registration. Appears to be unusually sound structurally and was running a year or two ago. The paintwork (pale blue/grey) is poor and some chrome trim is corroded. The interior is completely original but somewhat tired, however the Register has available (to members), spare seats, door cards and carpet pieces in good condition and in the correct colour for this car.
The previous owner ran the car for 10 years, meticulously maintained it and put it off the road in 1969. It lay in a barn untouched until I took over ownership in 1998. I fully restored the bodywork to a high standard, including a respray in the original green colour.
Brakes have all been replaced and engine brought back to life and the car drives. The fuel tank is leaking but car will still run with an external fuel supply.
Rear seats are worn original but not torn, front seat backs are worn and front seat pads are worn and torn.
1925 Wolseley E4 11/22, two-seater and dickey. This car has been in the ownership of one family for over 40 years and had not run for the last 20 years. It is remarkably original and unmolested. The upholstery and quite possibly the hood are original. It has been recommissioned with a re-built magneto and new battery. The fuel system has been cleaned and oil changed. The car starts and drives though some further light recommissioning may be required. The car is located on The Wirral.
Offers based on £15,000
Please contact David Hughes on 07903 904420.
Wolseley 15/50 . First Registered 1958. Mileage 72851. Black with red leather interior. Original number plate (I believe). I have used this car to go to some local classic car shows but unfortunately ill heath is the reason I am selling it. It has always been garaged and I will really miss owning it.. Welcome to view. £5,000.
For sale – Mk 1 Wolseley 1500 , champagne beige over black. Some restoration needed believed to be complete
For photos & info please contact Peter Dennis, Kingsdown Classics
Phone: 01395 577892
Wolseley Hornet mk 2 just returned to the road after £2500 spent recommissioning,including all new brake cylinders ,master cylinder, all new hoses and pipes, new clutch and slave cylinder, both reservoirs replaced ,new fuel pump, 4 new tyres, all coolant hoses replaced and new water pump.carb overhauled .
Engine runs very sweetly with good oil pressure Original 998cc engine with new exhaust.All leather seats as standard; recent respray
For Sale Wolseley 18/85 Series III built 1947. The car is in running order and has been in the family for 50 years. Paint work generally good but some small areas of corrosion. Interior front satisfactory just worn due to age. Rear interior very good. Front brakes and electrics recently overhauled. Reason for sale, too old to look after it properly.
1948 Wolseley 18/85 in excellent condition fully restored. Chassis is British racing green, new green leather upholstery and new green carpets. New tyres, starts on the button. We have owned it for 8 years, been used for family proms and weddings, genuine reason for reluctant sale.
Must be seen £14995 ono
Please contact Allan Way
WOLSELEY 18/85 MkII [Landcrab] Reg August 1971. Manual. Mechanically in
good shape. New clutch/Stainless exhaust and other stuff in last two
yrs. Extensive rebuild by previous owner c.1990. Structurally sound.
MOT April 2018. Needs TLC that I can no longer give it. Looking for
about £3300 but reasonable offers considered.
Please contact Mike Turner (member)
Location: Lytham. FY8 4HN
Phone: 01253 738493
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