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Promoted item:Austin A55, A60, Morris, Wolseley, Rear Bumber Blade, NOS.

Austin A55, A60, Morris, Wolseley, Rear Bumber Blade, NOS.

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About Wolseley

The first Wolseley cars were designed in the 1890s by Herbert Austin for the Wolseley Sheep Shearing Machine Company. When Wolseley declined them, he took them to Vickers who in 1901 launched The Wolseley Tool and Motor Car Company, with Austin as MD. Five years later, his reputation made, he launched his own Austin Motor Company Ltd. Vickers-owned Wolseley was the biggest motor manufacturer in Britain by 1913. Wolseley Motors Limited was launched in the UK and US in 1914, and the American branch would later become British And American Motors. Dominating the domestic market until the early 1920s, it over-expanded and went into receivership. It was bought from Vickers by Morris Motors in 1927, and the two companies became the British Motor Corporation (BMC), which in 1967 would merge with Leyland to form British Leyland. The Woleseley name would be used until 1975, and is attached to a range of cars from different eras of motoring. Austin designed his earliest cars with a tiller, but his 1901 Wolseley Gasoline Carriage had a steering wheel. That generation of (now vintage) cars also had a horizontal engine to keep the centre of gravity low. The models were named by horsepower, so models ranged from 5 hp to 24 hp. Vickers followed up the Austin designs with the Wolselely Siddeley, named after Austin's replacement, which had the now conventional upright engine and ranged from 12 hp to 60 hp. Siddeley resigned in 1909, and from 1911 the name reverted to just Wolesley. BMC-era Wolesleys included the 1500 and Hornet. British Leyland produced the Wolesley Six, and then a car named just 'Wolesley' which was based on the BMC Austin 1800. After seven months this would be renamed the Princess. Make sure any parts you buy are from the correct model.