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1968 Wolseley Hornet MKIII
1968 Wolseley Hornet MKIII
IMG_0327 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0331 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0333 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0334 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0336 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0337 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0339 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0341 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0342 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0343 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0344 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0345 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0346 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0347 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0349 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0350 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0352 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0353 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0354 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0356 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968 IMG_0357 Wolseley Hornet MKIII 1968


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Estimate: No Reserve
  • MoT Exempt
  • Chassis number: WA2531063092A
The Wolseley Hornet, along with the Riley Elf, was one of the early attempts to inject some luxury into the Mini, adding a traditional upright grille, small fins and a larger boot. This example was registered in November 1968, making it one of the final MkIII variants with a 998cc engine. Finished in a very attractive maroon and white livery, the car has had just four previous recorded owners from new. Its last MoT expired in February 2019; as an historic vehicle, it no longer requires annual testing.

The history folder runs to the V5C, driver's handbook, and a collection of bills and invoices. These include a refurbished hydrolastic suspension displacer in October 2021, new carburettor parts in January 2019, and timing chain and associated parts in March 2018. There's also a Haynes workshop manual for the 1959 to 1969 Mini range.

PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 25TH MAY BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
The Wolseley Hornet, along with the Riley Elf, was one of the early attempts to inject some luxury into the Mini, adding a traditional upright grille, small fins and a larger boot. This example was registered in November 1968, making it one of the final MkIII variants with a 998cc engine. Finished in a very attractive maroon and white livery, the car has had just four previous recorded owners from new. Its last MoT expired in February 2019; as an historic vehicle, it no longer requires annual testing. The history folder runs to the V5C, driver's handbook, and a collection of bills and invoices. These include a refurbished hydrolastic suspension displacer in October 2021, new carburettor parts in January 2019, and timing chain and associated parts in March 2018. There's also a Haynes workshop manual for the 1959 to 1969 Mini range. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 25TH MAY BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
  • V5
  • Chassis number: WA2531063092A
Estimate: No Reserve

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