1961-1971, 63082 produced.
Saloon,4 doors,4 seats
As part of the revised and face-lifted Farina range the new 16/60 entered production in 1961. The 16/60 shared the much improved 1622cc B-Series powerplant with the Austin and Morris, an automatic transmission was also made available as an option.
The 16/60 also shared the improved styling and lengthen wheelbase with the other models, the track was also widened to improve stability and roadholding. The 16/60 looked graceful and dignified, especially when ordered with two-tone paintwork to complement its leather trimmed interior. The Wolseley 16/60 remained in production until 1971, when it was discontinued.
|1622cc||S4 OHV||BMC B-Series||76mm x 89mm|
|Top Speed||0-60||SQM||MPG||Engine Pwr||Comment|
|78 mph||24.3 s||26 mpg|
|Description||Auctioneer||Date||Hammer Price||Hammer Price
|059||Wolseley 16/60 Saloon||Anglia Car Auctions||31 Mar 2012||-||£2415.00|
|781||Wolseley 6/60 Four Door Saloon||Bonhams||17 Nov 2010||£6000.00||£6900.00|
|07||Wolseley 16/60 Saloon||H&H Sales Limited||10 Jun 2009||-||£2420.00|
|644||1962 Wolseley 16/60 Saloon||Bonhams||3 Dec 2007||Not sold|
|088||1962 WOLSELEY 16/60 SALOON||H&H Sales Limited||27 Jul 2005||£1450.00||-|
|234||Wolseley 16/60 (1969)||RTS Auctions Ltd||8 Oct 2000||Not sold|
|390||Wolseley 16/60 (1968)||Cheffins||14 Jul 1998||Not sold|
|463||Wolseley 16/60 Automatic (1968)||Cheffins||11 Oct 1997||Not sold|
|033||Wolseley 16/60 Saloon (1969)||H&H Sales Limited||5 Jun 1996||£3100.00||-|
|022||Wolseley 16/60 Saloon (1971)||H&H Sales Limited||20 Apr 1995||£1400.00||-|
|052||Wolseley 16/60 (1963)||ADT||10 Apr 1995||Not sold|
|051||Wolseley 16/60 (1964)||Brooks||10 Nov 1994||£6050.00||-|
|091||Wolseley 16/64 (1966)||ADT||3 Oct 1994||£475.00||-|
|275||Wolseley 16/60 (1971)||Sothebys||22 May 1993||£1200.00||-|
|Publication||Practical Classics May 2003|
Open Season - Summerís o the way, so how about spending a year ripping the roof off your Farina? By summer 2004, youíll have the open tourer that Wolseley should have made. Dan Stevens takes his top off.
New Metal - Restoration: Wolseley
|Publication||Classics Monthly May 2005|
|New Metal - Restoration: Wolseley - When Colin Witty bought a Wolseley over the phone, he quickly found out that ísome work neededí meant a mammoth five year, £22,000 restoration project. Greg Whitaker goes back to bare metal.|