November 27, 2017
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
May 8, 2013
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.
sorry bob, i already tried this routethe british motor museum has no records of wolseley from 1931 till 1949 i am having the same trouble getting my 18/85 registeredi need a document from a club or something
May 8, 2013
That’s a shame, I was aware that some of the Wolseley records had ‘gone missing’, but wasn’t sure of which dates.
The Register has a historian and DVLA officer who can help get cars registered, depending on whether sufficient evidence is available. There is a cost to this service for non members,but if you would like to talk to the chap, let me have your email address and I forward it on.
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