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Category:Wolseley-Siddeley vehicles

Vickers, Sons & Maxim
Wolseley-Siddeley
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Wolseley was founded by Herbert Austin, owned by Vickers.

Vickers appointed Wolseley's London sales manager, John Davenport Siddeley, general manager of Wolseley when Austin left in 1905 to start his own Austin Motor Company.

Without authority from Vickers Siddeley briefly added his own name to the front of Wolseley cars.

Vickers dismissed Siddeley in early 1909 but Wolseley-Siddeley remained on the cars until 1911.

The range of Wolseley-Siddeley cars
  • 1853 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 10 twin-cylinder 1907-1909
  • 2606 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 12 twin-cylinder 1906
  • 2613 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 14 four-cylinder 1908-1909
  • 3295 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 15 four-cylinder 1905-1907
  • 3707 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 18 four-cylinder 1906-1909
  • 4410 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 20 six-cylinder 1909
  • 5213 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 25 four-cylinder 1906
  • 5506 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 30 four-cylinder 1907-1909
  • 7095 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 32 four-cylinder 1906
  • 7095 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 40 four-cylinder 1907-1910
  • 8259 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 45 six-cylinder 1907-1908
  • 9881 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 60 six-cylinder 1910
  • 13051 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 70 four-cylinder 1907


  • 2235 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 12-16 four-cylinder 1910
  • 3079 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 16-20 four-cylinder 1910
  • 4249 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 20-28 four-cylinder 1910
  • 4962 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 24-30 six-cylinder 1910
  • 5687 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 30-34 four-cylinder 1910
  • 8574 cc Wolseley-Siddeley 40-50 six-cylinder 1910

Source of information for complete range of cars: Wolseley, a saga of the motor industry, St John C Nixon, 1949, London, G T Foulis & Co

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