BMC

  • BIG CROWDS AT MINI FAIR

    BIG CROWDS AT MINI FAIR

    Matt Bell on 11th February 2020

    With enthusiasts refreshed after the winter break and armed with that first pay packet of the year, it’s no surprise that the British Mini Club’s annual Mini Fair continues to be a big success.

  • BMC FAN REACHES 100 YEARS OF AGE

    BMC FAN REACHES 100 YEARS OF AGE

    Matt Bell on 25th September 2019

    September 21 marked the 100th birthday of lifelong BMC fan and the Metro Club’s oldest member, Eric Dupont.

  • CELEBRATING BMC FARINA AT 60

    CELEBRATING BMC FARINA AT 60

    Matt Bell on 20th August 2019

    The Cambridge-Oxford Owners Club gathered over 150 cars for its celebration of the BMC Farina during its 60th birthday, held at Swanwick Junction Museum’s preserved railway near Ripley in Derbyshire on July 20-21.

  • ANNIVERSARY MARKED AT BMC AND LEYLAND SHOW

    ANNIVERSARY MARKED AT BMC AND LEYLAND SHOW

    Matt Bell on 4th June 2019

    Key milestones are to be marked at the seventh annual BMC and Leyland Show, which will take place at the British Motor Museum on Sunday July 7.

  • MARKET TRENDS –  BMC BARGES

    MARKET TRENDS – BMC BARGES

    Glenn Rowswell on 21st May 2018

    The British Motor Corporation found itself with a fleet of upwardly mobile luxury cars upon its formation in 1952; by the time British Leyland was incorporated in 1968, the last big Austin was entering production. Which of its bequeathed marques offers the best value in 2018?

  • WHY HAS THE BMC 1100 VANISHED?

    WHY HAS THE BMC 1100 VANISHED?

    Glenn Rowswell on 21st March 2017

    Attend any classic car show and you’re guaranteed to find half a dozen Morris Minors. You’ll often see one on the road at least once a week. A huge spares back up is there for remanufactured parts, and as far back as 1980 the late Charlie Ware was promoting the Minor (quite rightfully) as the classic car you can use everyday: cheap to buy, decent to drive, loads of spares and generally pretty easy to work on.