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Old 10-31-2012, 07:05 PM
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1938 Woselsy

I have a 38 Woselsy and am thinking about hotrodding it since parts are so hard to find, any ideas, has this been done before?

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Old 10-31-2012, 07:31 PM
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Actually yes it has, not that I knew about it or even what a Woseley is.....as said on here many times "Google is your best friend" .... 1938woseley.blogspot.com/
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That would make a cool resto-rod..

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Friggin awesome car!



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A friend bought a 55 Rolls limo that had been in Queen elizabeth's fleet, He added a Gm front frame clip, Big block Ford and C 6, 9 in rear, lowered it about 6 inches so it looks normal. and says it is NOW RELIABLE to drive.
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Here´s a site full of rodded British tin.
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I didn't think that looked right, it's WOLSELEY.

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Awesome, awesome, awesome.
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Here´s a blown 383 Wolseley, not a ´38 though.


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Old 11-01-2012, 04:20 PM
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