Wolseley cars are easily recognised by their illuminated radiator badges and unique front grilles, distinguishing them from their Austin and Morris counterparts. All the models from 1948 to 1975 are covered in this informative guide.Illustrated with original colour photographs, and with detailed information including colour schemes, optional equipment and technical specifications, this book provides a complete history of the cars from 1948 to the end of production, as well as the Wolseley models built by the Nuffield organisation in the late forties.These classic British cars are rarely covered in other books, and never in as much detail as you will find here - this is the ultimate guide for all Wolseley enthusiasts!
After many years working in the accounts departments of four motor dealerships, David is now retired. His knowledge of, and enthusiasm for vintage British cars is borne out by his regular attendance at car rallies and shows, including the Wolseley Register's annual rallies; he is also the Treasurer of the Humber and Hillman Owners Clubs, a member of the Post Vintage Humber Car Club and the Rootes Archive Centre Trust. He has helped build and race cars, enjoys driving experience days, and his previous book, "Rootes Cars of the 50s, 60s and 70s - A Pictorial History", was published in 2016 by Veloce.
Chapter 1 A History of Wolseley Chapter 2 Nuffield cars from 1948 Chapter 3 Palmer designed cars Chapter 4 Issigonis inspired cars Chapter 5 The Farina cars Chapter 6 The last WolseleysIndex