1939 Wolseley Ten SaloonHere's British vintage light car produced by Wolseley Motors Limited, just have 10 horsepower so they called Wolseley Ten. In 1930s Britain the ten horsepower class was is high demand cars also important part of the market. As the pictures, in february 1939 for first time Wolseley introduced a new car the Ten based on the contemporary Morris Ten comes in 4-door saloon.
About this car
This Wolseley Ten is certain to stand out from the crowd. It has recently been resprayed in Black with a blue outline, all from bare metal. The interior has been completely restored including retrimmed seats and door cards in beautiful dove grey leather with blue piping, new headlining in blue wool and new carpets. It has 5 new 550 x 16 tyres and the flexible hydraulic brake pipes and brake seals have been replaced. The engine and transmission have been found to be good and the car starts first time and drives well, although there is a slight oil leak from the engine. The chromework on the headlights is slightly pitted but still looks good, the sidelights are new and the bumper bars have been re-chromed. The underbody is Waxoil protected and the car is serviced. This car is one of only about 80 known to exist and at 75 years old is sure to be widely accepted and admired at shows.
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