The Wolseley 16/60 is one of the range of Farina styled saloons to be built by the British Motor Corporation.
The Farina saloon was launched in 1958 and the design was shared by a range of marques in the BMC stable including the Morris Oxford, Austin Cambridge and the Riley 4/72. The Wolseley was the luxury version and was the last to be phased out in April 1971.
This example is was registered new in July 1963 and as such its taxation class is Historic and the Road Tax is free.
It looks superb in it's duo tone paint scheme and the interior has been refurbished to bring it up to the high standard of the exterior.
The current MOT runs until October 2018 and the 12 months Free Historic Road Tax can be arranged for the new owner if required.
The current mileage reading is 64729 but this will not be correct as previous MOT certificates show a higher reading in previous years. We believe this will be due to a change of speedometer.
This car is able to keep up with modern traffic and so would make an excellent daily driver but it is of a standard that it could be taken to any classic car rally and shown with pride.
Prospective buyers are welcome to come and view the car in our Leeds showroom.
UK wide professional delivery is available. Please ring for a quote. We are also happy to deliver to any mainland port for export.
To view over 70 detailed photographs of this car please visit our web site, - details above
or sale this extremely rare nearly 100 years old survivor .it has got just one owner in UK and very well maintened as the car has been imported from Belgium few years ago and was belong to a vintage.....
Good codition overall,good runner.no rust,original brown interior,lhd
New tires ,brake system and steering overhauled
All papers from new,including bill of sale
Certified by Portuguese Car Club