Runs and drives but with engnie to improve after minor works.
Make: Wolseley WD9 Number: 72792 Year of manufacture: 1966 Country of origin: Great Britain Assembled by: Vetsak Limited, Isando, South Africa. Click here or on the picture for a larger view (93 Kb.) Use your browser's "Back" button to return.
Five photographs of a drophead A90 seen in Australia. The first owner, an elderly gentleman Mr Harry Chadwick, purchased the van having driven commercial vehicles throughout his working life and preferring them to cars. Most British small-car assemblers, from Abbey to Xtrahad gone under. We have tried to get higher resolution photo, but get no reply.
KK Raised on 1st February Top pearl absent, several star tips bent. A rare pair, fire gilt buckles mounted with silvered Leopard heads Loggerheads. We have tried sihe get higher resolution photo, but get no reply.
) and was painted Signal Red, and had a smooth water hopper.
The Trojan was made for African Gate & Fence in Johannesburg and was painted white.
Rare photo of a tourer-based Datiing staff car in Portugal.