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Wolseley 10/40 and Wolseley Ten
The Wolseley 10/40 Series II was launched in 1936 with an overhead valve version of the Morris 1292cc 4-cylinder engine. This engine was also used in tuned form in the MG Midget. It shared its 8ft 4inches chassis with the Wolseley 12/48. The body closely resembled the 12/48 and the Morris 10/4, but Wolseley built its own bodies separately from Morris. In 1937 the Wolseley 10/40 was discontinued and it was 1939 before the 'New Ten' was launched based on the Morris Ten Series M with an 1140cc engine.
a_Wolseley 10-40 Series II grille
Wolseley 10/40 Series II. Behind this large grille, was a Morris 10/4 1292cc engine.
b_Wolseley 10-40 Series II head
Wolseley 10/40 Series II. The 10/40 sold 2500 cars in 1936-37
Wolseley 10-40 Series II front
Wolseley 10/40 Series II. Soild from 1936-37, the Wolseley 10/40 Series II borrowed heavily from the Morris 10/4 Series II, sharing the same 1292cc ohv 4cylinder engine (which was also shared with the MG TA.
Wolseley 10-40 Series II rear
Wolseley 10/40 Series II. The body of the the Wolseley 10/40 was shared with the Morris 10/4 Series II, as was the engine.
Morris Ten Four Series II, Series III
Wolseley Ten Series III
Wolseley 4/50
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