Wolseley 6 Tyres

Wolseley 6 Tyres

Wolseley 6-80 Tyres

Wolseley 6-80

Wolseley 6-80

The 6/80 marked Wolseley Motors' entry into the post-war automobile market and was based on the Morris Six MS platform. Featuring a 2215 cc engine producing 72 horsepower (54 kW; 73 PS) with a single overhead cam, this vehicle was in production from 1948 to 1954, totalling 25,281 units manufactured.

Wolseley 6/90 Tyres

Wolseley 6/90 Police Cars

Wolseley 6/90

Unveiled during the opening day of the British Motor Show in October 1954, the 6/90 took over as the flagship model, succeeding the 6/80. This 4-door saloon underwent three iterations and adopted the Italian-inspired body panels reminiscent of the previous year's Riley Pathfinder. Notably, while it shared design elements with the Riley, the 6/90 diverged by retaining the traditional six-cylinder powerplant, eschewing Riley's signature "big four" engine and suspension setup. Production of the 6/90 spanned from 1954 to 1959, yielding a total of 11,852 units.

1960 Wolseley 6/99 Tyres

1960 Wolseley 6/99 Advert

Wolseley 6/99

The Wolseley 6/99, among the last of the grand Wolseley automobiles, boasted a design crafted by Pininfarina. It was introduced as part of the initial generation of the large Farina series, alongside the Austin A99 Westminster. In 1959, the 6/99 replaced the 6/90 and featured the same 2.9 L (2912 cc) C-Series straight-six engine generating 102 horsepower (76 kW) with twin SU carburettors, akin to the powerplant found in the Austin-Healey 3000. Production of the Wolseley 6/99 spanned from 1959 to 1968, culminating in a total of 37,209 units produced.

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