Wolseley (Motors Limited) was a British vehicle manufacturer founded in 1901 by the Vickers Armaments and Herbert Austin. A range of models were made that made the company the largest motor vehicle in Great Britain. In 1927, William Morris purchased the company. He had the Wolseley vehicles join the Morris Motors line-up. Just before WWII, the vehicles became Morris badged. Later the company was integrated into BMC, BMH and British Leyland. The Wolseley name disappeared after its last badged models, the Wolseley Six (1972-1975) and the British Leyland Princess lookalike – Wolseley 18-22 Series.