The ‘Wensum’ bodied 30-98s, were so called after the River Wensum in Norfolk where the famous Vauxhall racing driver, Major A Hancock, kept boats. He had this style of body, resembling a boat, built for his 30-98 and it was then offered as an option by the Vauxhall factory. It is believed only 14 such examples were originally manufactured. The name, apparently, comes from the river Wensum in Norfolk, where Vauxhall’s Works manager A.J. Hancock kept a fast motorboat. The sporty boat-tailed body is nominally a 3-seater, with space for a single passenger in the rear, though in reality it’s more suited to a duo.