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Wolseley 1500 at Boxted, Essex
The Wolseley 1500 and similar Riley One-Point-Five were motor vehicles based on the Morris Minor floorpan, suspension and steering but fitted with the larger 1489 cc B-Series engine and MG Magnette gearbox. Launched in 1957, the twins were differentiated by nearly 20 hp (15 kW), the Riley having twin SU carburettors giving it the most power at 68 hp (50 kW). The Wolseley was released in April of that year, while the Riley appeared in November, directly after the 1957 London Motor Show. The Wolseley also had a Series III launched in October 1961 which featured a revised grille and rear lights. In October 1962 the car received the more robust crank, bearing and other details of the larger 1,622 cc unit now being fitted in the Austin Cambridge and its "Farina" styled clones. Unlike the Farina models, however, and unlike their own Australian built sibling, the Wolseley 1500 and Riley one-point-five retained the 1,489 cc engine size with which they had been launched back in 1957. Production ended in 1965 with 103,394 Wolseleys and 39,568 Rileys made. BMC in Australia also produced its own versions of this design, the Morris Major and Austin Lancer (1958-64.) The Australian versions were less luxurious and had many notable differences from the Riley / Wolseley cars, also, the design was substantially revised in 1959. A Wolseley 1500 was tested by the British magazine The Motor in 1957. It was found to have a top speed of 76.7 mph (123.4 km/h) and could accelerate from 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 24.8 seconds. A fuel consumption of 36.6 miles per imperial gallon (7.72 L/100 km; 30.5 mpg-US) was recorded. The test car cost ?758 including taxes of ?253.4-CEP unit 1500 at Canterbury West
In 1975, unit 7153 underwent a test refurbishment and became the sole member of class 411/3. The refurbisment was major, and included significant alterations to the vehicles' layouts including moving the guards vans from the motor cars to one of the intermediate trailers. (see previous picture) The unit was quite nice to travel in, although the ferocious under-seat heaters cooked the backs of your legs. Unfortunately, when it came to refurbishment of the remainder of the fleet 5 years later these were done entirely differently, and were a disaster. Unit 7153 later became 1500 and received Jaffa Cake livery and ran like this for many years. In the late 80's, sister unit 1547 was targeted by arsonists and the composite vehicle was destroyed. The similar vehicle from 1500 was transferred over, and 1500 briefly continued to run as a 3 car unit (with no guards accommodation or first class) before being disbanded. I believe that at least 3, and maybe all 4, of the vehicles are still in existence.
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