Wolseley Fourteen and 14/56 range from 1923 to 1948
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The Wolseley Fourteen was a larger middle-class car that Wolseley launched in 1923. This first model was built until 1926 and then replaced by the already manufactured since 1925 16/35 . 1935 appeared again as a car with this name. This was made only three years and made in 1937 as the Wolseley 14/56. 1938 there was again a Fourteen sedan, which was offered in parallel to 14/56 to 1939. After the Second World War , it was continued to be built from 1946 to 1948.
14 hp (1923-1926)
The first Fourteen or 14 hp was a car that was put aside for the Wolseley 15/40 .This had a four-cylinder engine with 2614 cc displacement and water cooling, in contrast to the 15/40 but with laterally standing valves, instead of an overhead camshaft. The car was delivered on a chassis with 2997 mm wheelbase. The body structures were 4039 mm long.In 1926, the production was discontinued in favor of the already offered 1925 type 16/35 .
The second Fourteen or 14 hp appeared in 1935 and was added to the Hornet Special as a slightly larger six-cylinder model .Its in-line six-cylinder engine had a capacity of 1604 cc, OHC engine with overhead camshaft. Karrossiert the cars were z. B. as a four-door sedan.In 1937, the Fourteen was replaced by the larger 14/56.
Fourteen and 14/56 hp (1937-1948)
The third Fourteen was released in 1938 and was published 14/56 a year earlier.
Both models had in-line six-cylinder engines with a capacity of 1818 cc (40 kW) , bumpers and rocker-operated, hanging valves. they were exclusively as four-door sedans. Wheelbase of 2654-2692 mm and Length of 4369 mm1937, the 14/56 was set. The production of the Fourteen was discontinued in 1939 due to the war and resumed in 1946 for three years. Then the little six-cylinder finally disappeared.