Car No. 930 Engine No. 930 Dating certificate No: 50 Registration: BF6247 Period colours; Acidic Yellow with black mudguards, brass trimmed deep buttoned black leather upholstery & tonneau. Four Lucas king of the road brass side lights and a fine pair of acetylene head lamps. One of only two known surviving 8hp models world-wide. A very capable, early dated, four/five seater that has good strong performance and excellent hill-climbing ability with five passengers. Easy to start and drive with four forward gears and reverse. Will cruise at 25-30mph. A pre-war dating applicant, the certificate only being issued in 1947 due to the outbreak of war, this November 1904 car has completed numerous London - Brighton runs as evidenced by the London - Brighton programmes in which it is noted. Engine: twin horizontal water-cooled cylinders with coil ignition : Transmission: cone clutch, 4-speed & reverse sliding gearbox with right-hand quadrant change, final drive by twin side chains to rear wheels; Chassis: Vickers section steel; Suspension: front, semi-elliptic leaf springs, rear, semi-elliptic; Wooden artillery wheels with Dunlop Cord beaded-edge tyres. Brakes: rear wheel internal expanding
1904 wolseley 8hp twin cylinder yellow black-leather rhd leather black-interior dark-interior
Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate
Medmenham, RM17 6ST , Buckinghamshire
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