The Wolseley 6/80 was an all-rounder produced by British Morris Motors Ltd in 1948 that provided a combination of class, style, and performance. This desirable sedan was considered the companys flagship model, and it featured a stout 2.2-liter version of the Morris Oxford series II six-cylinder engine with a power output of 68bhp at 4,200rpm, and a top speed of 87mph. It was an agile yet comfortable ride, due to its independent suspension and semi-elliptic leaf springs. The car also featured a long-stroke 4-speed synchronised gearbox with a light-alloy bell housing, a robust 3-shoe dry clutch, and two-wheel drum brakes. The exterior of the 6/80 was impressive in its own right, boasting a sleek, classic design. Its long bonnet was framed by headlights encased in matte black and chrome, while wrap-around chrome bumpers, side grilles, and chrome-accented fins characterized the tail. The interior of the 6/80 had plenty of room for four adults, as well as plenty of creature comforts, such as arm rests and adjustable Hydramatic front seats, while a plush wool carpet covered the floor. In addition to these features, the Wolseley 6/80 was a powerful and reliable car, capable of providing many years of service.
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