Special Saloon. Car
shown features Trinity body by Meredith of Birmingham.
offers Hornet 12 HP, Sixteen and 21/60 models. This
is the first year for Wolseleys to have their traditional
illuminated radiator badge.
like all other models, has a six-cylinder engine with overhead
camshaft. It has a cubic capacity of 1271 cc (57x83 mm). With
Saloon bodywork it costs £198 10s. Wolseley Hornet Special is
a twin-carburettor variant of the standard Hornet and is available
only in chassis form, for £175. Its engine develops 40 bhp at
5000 rpm, compared with 35 at 4500 for the standard model. Both
has 7 ft 6 ½ in wheelbase.
Wolseley 21/60 is available with two wheelbase sizes, 9 ft 9 in and 10 ft 7
in. Both has a 2677-cc six-cylinder OHC engine, rated at 20.93
HP. The four-speed gearbox has a lockable freewheel. Short
chassis has hydraulic brakes and 5.50-18 tyres. The
long-wheelbase chassis has vacuum-servo brakes and 6.00-20 tyres.
Drophead Coupé on the short chassis.