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1963 Wolseley 300 MkI [ADO53]

1963 Wolseley 300 MkI [ADO53] in Dagmars Heta Trosor, Movie, 1971 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK — Made for: DK

1963 Wolseley 300 MkI [ADO53]

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HWJOE US

2017-06-20 19:15

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BMC Farina model?

the sad biker UK

2017-06-20 19:32

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Is that chrome diagonal on the front wing unique to Wolseleys?

johnfromstaffs EN

2017-06-20 19:37

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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolseley_15/60

Yes, it's how they split the two tone paint scheme on the 15/60 and the 16/60 but it's still there on the monotone cars. It's the same arrangement on the big 3 litre Wolseleys as well.

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dsl SX

2017-06-20 19:55

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... and on the 1100/1300 [ADO16]. But not on the Hornet or 18/85 and Six landcrabs.

I think this is 6/99 or 6/110 rather than 15/60 or 16/60, with colours which make me go to 6/110. But won't argue if 15/60 or 16/60 preferred by others.

johnfromstaffs EN

2017-06-20 22:25

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I think I'd agree with the larger car. I was trying to get to grips with the boot lid design, and that would answer it.

dsl SX

2017-06-20 23:02

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Glad you agree, because it means we can have this
"Wolseley 300 - home market name: Wolseley 6/99 and 6/110
In an attempt to borrow some upmarket appeal (from Mercedes-Benz), the Danish distributor DOMI used the 300 name on the 6-cylinder Wolseleys from 1959 onwards. This proved to be a successful move, with these models outselling the contemporary Westminsters and Princesses by more than 2 to 1.
" - Link to "www.aronline.co.uk"

night cub US

2017-06-20 23:50

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Shows you what I know, I thought it was a Peugeot when I listed it. Instead it turns out to be something rare and the first on the site (with this name anyway!).

dsl SX

2017-06-20 23:58

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night cub wrote I thought it was a Peugeot when I listed it.

They were all styled by Pininfarina who spread his talents rather widely in the 1960s, so confusion understandable

night cub US

2017-06-21 00:05

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Most of the cars in this film never made it stateside. Didn't see any in person when I was over there.

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