Here you will find a few helpful links to the wolseley world.
The Wolseley Forum If you haven't heard or signed up to The Wolseley Forum your missing out on a valuable tool for anything Wolseley related and sometimes not. The site is free to join and has all the latest news and information from The Wolseley world including: How to's, Manuals, tech tips and general information on what's happening around the world. Its also a great place to meet people and share information about our cars with new friends, A good site to find that part you just cant get or that solution to that problem that's been nagging you for the last 10 years, the chances are that someone has had the same problem and can share the solution. Or maybe you just want to show off you pride and joy…….its all here and you'd be mad not to check it out.
SU Carb If our parts store can help and you need to find parts or information about the carbs on your car just click here and enter your car, then model.
Basis If the club hasn't got it try Basis stock including gromets, bump stops, mounts, seals, window, door boot rubbers and more.
Carjam Need to check a NZ number plate? Here you can enter a numberplate including expired rego's and it will give you the car and model which that plate was registered to. Note, does not give owner details and only 3 checks per month free of charge.
The Little British Car Company A good place to find spare parts which we can't find or supply.
The Wolseley Register, The Register is a friendly, UK based car club, run by enthusiasts to provide an opportunity for all Wolseley enthusiasts to meet and enjoy their hobby, thus ensuring the preservation of the Wolseley marque. Their website provides information on the Wolseley Register, together with links to the many services that the club provides. Included you will find histories of the cars, details of forthcoming events and rallies, Register news, an online shop selling all sorts of Wolseley related merchandise, a photo gallery, links to other related websites, plus technical help and advice, through an online forum in which you can ask Wolseley related questions.
Wolseley Car Club Victoria The Club was formed on 15th March 1975, a newsletter called 'The Hornet' is posted to members every month '.The club meets 8PM on the first Tuesday of the month (except January and November) in the Horrie Watson Pavilion, Deepdene Park, Whitehorse Road, Deepdene. The meeting frequently has guest speakers mainly dealing with information relevant to our cars. Social events such as Display Days, Rallies, BBQs are held at least once a month, often meeting with other make clubs. Visitors are welcome at any of these events and will find that members are friendly and will help with information and advice. The Club has an extensive library of books on hand which members are able to borrow. Spare Parts are available from the Club to assist members to keep their cars on the road. This service is available because club members volunteer to attend a working bee once a month to dismantle cars that are no longer roadworthy. A "Club Permit" scheme allows members to use their cars for club events at a fraction of the normal registration cost. The Wolseley Car Club Victoria has a membership of about 250 today.
Wolseley Car Club Queensland, The club meets on the second Tuesday of the month at the 4 Wheel Drive Club, Muriel Ave, Rocklea, Queensland. The meetings start at 7.30pm where up and coming events and runs are discussed and organized. Social events such as Display Days, Rallies, BBQs are held at least once a month, so be sure to check the calendar of events. Visitors are more than welcome at any of these events and will find that members are friendly and will help with information and advice. Supper is served at the conclusion of the meeting. The Club has an extensive library of technical and non-technical books on hand which members are able to borrow. Spare Parts are available from the Club to assist members to keep their cars on the road. A "Club Permit" scheme allows members to use their cars for club events at a fraction of the normal registration cost. Members may have more than one car for this purpose.
Wolseley Car Club New South Wales, The New South Wales Wolseley Car Club was formed in July 1978 by a group of enthusiasts for the purpose of enjoying Wolseley cars and keeping them on the road, while meeting and participating in social events. We have an extensive library of technical and non-technical books on hand which members are able to borrow. Spare Parts are available from the Club to assist members to keep their cars on the road. This service is available because club members volunteer to attend a working bee once a month to dismantle cars that are no longer roadworthy. The club meets 8pm on the last Tuesday of the month (except December) in the Starlight Room of the Western Suburbs Australian Football Club in Hampton Street Croydon Park and frequently has guest speakers on various subjects, mostly dealing with information relevant to Wolseley cars. Social events such as Display Days, Rallies, BBQs are held at least once a month, often meeting with other make clubs.
The Wolseley Owners Club, The Wolseley Owners Club LTD was launched in May 2011, by a group of Wolseley owners and enthusiasts to serve the growing need of the Wolseley car owner and enthusiast from all over the world. The club is open to anyone who has an interest in these great British classic cars; there is no need to own a Wolseley. Our objectives are to raise awareness of Wolseley and help to preserve the Wolseley marque, along with other Wolseley clubs and associations. The Wolseley Owners Club is a not for profit organisation and the emphasis is firmly on our members. The club send out a The club sends out a beautiful full colour bi-monthly magazine to all members around the world, it also organises social gatherings and events to meet other Wolseley owners. Being an international club it relies a lot on the Wolseley Owners Club web page where you will find what is happening in the World of Wolseleys, including events, news and information. Also, for each model of Wolseley car, there will be dedicated areas to read all about these models. There will be additional sections that cover living with your Wolseley, restorations, technical information, hints and tips from other members. We will be building a gallery to show pictures of our Wolseleys and information about these.