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Wolseley 16/60

Wolseley 16/60
Wolseley 16/60 and 6/110

Wolseley 16/60 and 6/110

Pininfarina-styled bodywork

Wolseley 4/50 1948-1953

Wolseley 4/50 1948-1953

Wolseley 6/80 1948-1954

Wolseley 6/80 1948-1954

Jottings

From the October 16th, 1920 issue of "The Autocar"

AIR-COOLING is likely to be more and more popular for small inexpensive cars. Several thousand miles have been covered by members of the staff of this journal this year with such types of vehicles. Up to the present no one has had his boot-leather charred, nor is a hot sirocco round the legs noticeable when driving.

Bristol (UK)

Bristol was established in 1910 and manufactured aircraft. After the war production shifted to automobiles. The first Bristol cars were British versions of the famous BMW 328 which they manufactured under licence. Bristol have always manufactured fast, expensive touring cars, built to high standards.

Wolseley (UK) 1895-

Wolseley (UK) 1895-
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The first prototype Wolseley was made by Herbert Austin in 1895. Austin resigned in 1905 to form his own company. Wolseley was very successful until it went bankrupt 1927 and was acquired by William Morris (Lord Nuffield).

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