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Launching Looking Back's new Fog on the Mersey's All Mine series, is this fine old Wolseley Six saloon, police car star of so many post-war British films such as Ealing's Lavender Hill Mob. Seen at a Birkenhead tunnel toll booth in December, 1960, the Wolseley Six was essentially a Morris Oxford with a six-cylinder engine and reworked Wolseley bonnet and radiator

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Mar 25, 2005
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