An iconic sporting car of the 1930s, the 1934 Wolseley Hornet Daytona Special (US 4663) is a four-seat tourer, bodied by coachbuilders Whittingham and Mitchel, and was first registered in Dumfries, Scotland in February 1934.
During its early life the car was driven by Mr. P. Palmeri at Scottish Sporting Car Club trials, receiving a number of awards. More recently, the car has travelled extensively on classic tours to France and Germany as well as to numerous Wolseley Hornet Special Club events and meetings.
The Wolseley Hornet has been lovingly maintained and comes with a large history file including detailed notes of the work done to the car, as well as provenance and related memorabilia. It is offered with full weather equipment.
|Reg Number||US 4663|
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