Wolseley 30/40 car history from 1914 to 1921
1914 to 1921
Body versions :
Touring Car , Limousine , Landaulet
Petrol 6.9 liters (29 kW)
The Wolseley 30/40 was a mid- size car that Wolseley released in 1914 as a smaller version of the top range 50 model.
This had a 6-cylinder engine with 6864 cc and water cooling and duel ignition with a 3 speed gearbox. The car was delivered on a chassis with 3531 mm or 3683 mm wheelbase. The various structures were between 4877 mm and 5029 mm long and 1803 mm wide. the car came fitted with a dynamo and electric lights.
As early as 1915, the production was stopped due to the first world war and only resumed in 1919 (with the wheelbase extended to 3759 mm). The superstructures were 5055 mm long and 1778 mm wide. This was the 30/40 Wolseleys new top model after the First World War . As early as 1921, the production of the large six-cylinder model ran out.
Wolseley 30/40 Specification.
Body versions: Touring Car , Limousine , Landaulet
Engines: Gasoline engine :6.9 liters (29 kW)
Length: 4877-5055 mm
Width: 1778-1803 mm
Wheelbase: 3531-3759 mm
Curb weight: Chassis 1422 kg