38 year old
from Blue Mountains, New South Wales
Enemy of average.....
Wolseley 14/60 Saloon Street Rod
1938 Wolseley 14/60 Saloon
- Engine: Holden 5 litre V8 -Australian Made-
- Engine Parts: Sequential Electronic Fuel Injection, Roller Cam
- Transmission: GM 4L-60E electronic 4 speed overdrive automatic
- Suspension: Jaguar Independent
- Brakes: Jaguar Disc Brakes, boosted.
- Tires: Radials
- Exhaust: Extractors, likely a DPE system.
- Upholstery: Leather
- Seats: Yes, it will have some seats
- Steering Wheel: Moto-Lita -A British Legend!-
- Steering Column: Jaguar adjustable
- Gauges: Autometer Old Tyme Black and Smiths Rev Counter
- Pedals: Holden Commodore
- Noise & Heat Insulation: Custom
- Seals & Gaskets: Yes, it will have these.
- A/C & Heat: Holden/Custom/Hybrid
- Other: Lots of lovely timber work
- Body Mods: None, why tinker with classic British steel?
- Paint: Black - DIY
- Wheels: Steel with stainless Wolseley caps
- Lights: Original Lucas "King of the Road" with new glass
- Other: Restored original Pytchley sunroof
Audio & Electronics
- Head Unit: Pioneer
- Amplifier: Pioneer
- Subs: Yes
- Video: What the hell for, ferchrissake?
- Navigation: Human Brain
- Security: Winchester
- Ignition: Electronic, NGK plugs
- Lighting: Yes it will have
- Battery: Yes
- Other: GM/Delco PCM, hidden diagnostic display
I’ve always dreamt of building my own street rod, now it’s time to make it happen.
History of this Vehicle
The vehicle was originally from South Australia, I purchased it out of a barn in the Barossa Valley – it’s engine and transmission had been scavenged, along with the interior.
Plans for this Vehicle
My plan is to build a “Resto-rod”, retaining the vehicle’s original 1930’s style and appearance, using a more modern drive line.
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