Category:Wolseley Ten

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I


Upgraded Stellite, production resumed after war

  • Engine — 4-cylinders 65 x 95 mm = 1261 cc
  • Wheelbase
replaced by Wolseley 11-22 announced 7 October 1924

Predecessor: Stellite

Successor: Wolseley Eleven-Twenty-Two


II


Announced 10 February 1939

  • Engine — 4-cylinder pushrod ohv, 63.5 x 90 mm = 1140 cc, 40 bhp at 5,400 rpm
  • Wheelbase: 7' 6", Track: front 3' 10", rear 4' 0"
replaced by Wolseley 4/50 announced 26 October 1948

Predecessor: Wolseley Ten-Forty

Successor: Wolseley Four-Fifty


Assembly. In December 1948 it was announced that Wolseley cars would in future be assembled at Cowley and Ward End would be devoted to machining work and Nuffield tractors