1933 Wolseley Hornet Daytona Special
Wolseley Specials were only made from 1930-1934 and only a few have made it over the pond to the USA. It is estimated there are less than 10 in the USA. The Wolseley company started as a sheep shearing business in Australia. In the late 19th Century the company moved to the UK and started to experiment with making automobiles. The company made the engine, frame, brakes etc. and the body was sent to a specialist coach maker. This car was made by the Eustace Watkins company in London. There were also the primary dealer in the London area. This car has had a comprehensive restoration that took about one year.