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WOL 15 TOURER
September 6, 2019
3:29 pm
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FRED BOND
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SORRY ITS A 1921 WOL 15 NOT 14
MUST BE MY AGE
FRED BOND

September 7, 2019
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Fred

If you Google “wolseley 15 a9 images”, you should find a few pictures of these cars. There are not many around these days.

Bob

September 8, 2019
8:19 pm
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If you Google “wolseley 15 a9 images”, you should find a few pictures of these cars. There are not many around these days.

Bob  

THANKS BOB FOR THE INFO
I HAVE BEEN LOOKING AT ONE WITH THE THOUGHT OF BUYING
CANT SEEM TO FIND ANYONE WHO CAN TELL ME ANYTHING ABOUT THEM OR ARE THEY A GOOD BUY
IT SEEMS NOT A LOT OF THEM ABOYT

September 8, 2019
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Fred

Our List of Recorded Vehicles suggests that there are 15 known survivors of this model spread around the world. One appears to be owned by a member in the UK, but I’m afraid that you need to be a member of the club to access other members. Members also have access to technical advisers within the club who might be able to help or suggest technical solutions if required.

You obviously need to be aware that with the rarity and age of these models, that you need to be in a position to make or have made parts yourself, as there is unlikely to be any spares availability for them!

Bob

September 9, 2019
12:46 pm
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Our List of Recorded Vehicles suggests that there are 15 known survivors of this model spread around the world. One appears to be owned by a member in the UK, but I’m afraid that you need to be a member of the club to access other members. Members also have access to technical advisers within the club who might be able to help or suggest technical solutions if required.

You obviously need to be aware that with the rarity and age of these models, that you need to be in a position to make or have made parts yourself, as there is unlikely to be any spares availability for them!

Bob  

September 9, 2019
12:50 pm
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FRED BOND
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THANKS AGAIN BOB IS IT OK TO RING YOU TO TALK ABOUT THE CAR I DO TALK BETTER THAN I WRITE
JUST A FEW QUESTION YOU MAY BE ABLE TO HELP ME WITH
REGARDS
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September 9, 2019
8:02 pm
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Hello Fred

Yes, you may ring me, however, I stress that I know nothing of this particular model. I have emailed you with my number.

Bob

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