Wolseley 14/60

The Wolseley 14/60 is an automobile that was produced by Wolseley Motors in the United Kingdom between 1938 and 1948.

Wolseley 14/60
1938 Wolseley 14/60 saloon
ManufacturerWolseley Motors[1]
5,731 built post war[1]
Body and chassis
Body style4 door saloon[1]
LayoutFR layout[1]
Engine1,818 cc (110.9 cu in), straight-6[1]
Wheelbase104.75 in (2,661 mm)[1]
SuccessorWolseley 6/80

Introduced in 1938 as part of the Wolseley Series III range,[2] the 14/60 was built on a 104¾ inch wheelbase and was powered by a 60 bhp, twin carburettor, 1,818 cc (110.9 cu in), inline six-cylinder engine.[1] It shared its styling with the Wolseley 12/48 which was introduced in 1937.[1] The 14/60 was offered as a four door saloon [1] with a small number of ‘Redfern’ tourers also produced.[2]

Post-war production recommenced in 1945[2] and totalled 5,731 vehicles.[1]


  1. Michael Sedgwick & Mark Gillies, A-Z of Cars 1945-1970, Haymarket Publishing Limited, Revised paperback edition published 1993, page 228.
  2. Series II & III, www.wolseleyregister.co.uk Retrieved on 27 December 2013
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