The vendor states that this car was first registered in Aberdeen in 1937. to a Major Charles Alastair Bethuns Malden. and used by his wife during the war. It was purchased by a John McDonald on 28/05/1981. and sold by his wife in 1987 to a Bruce Emslie. Mr Emslie started the restoration of the car in 1988 and finished it in 1993. The car was sold to Smallbone and Son. a dealer of vintage and classic cars in about 1997. The next owner was a Neil Birkinshaw of Crawley who had an engine re-build in 1998 at a cost of £7. 26. 80. and also a new clutch was fitted in 2005. The car has had little use since then and is in very good condition. The vendor has just re-newed the brake linings and put new seals in the wheel cylinders. put on new king pins and bushes and re-built the drop arm ball joint. The tyres are all fairly new Dunlop RS5's.
Note: This description is provided by the vendor and unless otherwise stated is 'Not Verified' by Barons or any person employed by Barons. Prospective purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any statements made. whether they be statements of fact or opinion.
GUIDE PRICE: £17000 TO £19000
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from Brian, dated 17 august 2017 Hello, is the Wolseley still available?
If so, don't hesitate to give me a response.
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