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The original 1904 issued registration could be made available with the car. FULL SCREEN VIEWING INSTRUCTIONS To view the ‘Full Size’ images of this car, simply click the main image to enlarge.

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The basic engines in the SA and WA were straight from the Wolseley 18/80 range, and that for the VA was from the Wolseley 12/48.

That of the Wolseley 12/48 refers to twelve horse power range, ( 12hp,) with 48 brake horse power. and Riley were two very small parts, Morris however was massive.

was one Leonard Lord who did not agree with ‘wasting time and money on racing cars’. now having to drop many of their less profitable lines from the numerous models and variations they listed, was a decree that all M. Under the skins of these cars were components straight from the Nuffield production lines of the Morris and Wolseley saloons. Kimber was not too worried as he had long sought to get M. upmarket with big, fast, well appointed saloon cars, and the results of this aim were the very elegant six cylinder SA and later the W. The VA with its four cylinder engine was a bit dumpy, but affordable. Midgets and various four and six cylinder specials stopping production.In 1904 this 8hp model was awarded a silver medal in the 1,000 miles reliability trials.It being noted as; 'Splendid Hill Climber' and the ability to 'Run at 30 MPH with a full load'.

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