Best known for the manufacture of replacement bodyshells and individual panels for such classic British cars as the Mini and MGB, British Motor Heritage is also the foremost guardian of quality within the classic car industry, where being a ‘Heritage Approved Specialist’ is a renowned sign of best practice.
The criteria for joining this leading association are therefore notably stringent, meaning new additions to the fold are a relative rarity, so hats off to minimine of Stoke-on-Trent which has just been added the select band of some 40 companies worldwide.
Established 27 years ago, minimine has an envious reputation for providing the ‘nuts and bolts’ that keep classic Mini’s alive, and have repaired and restored, and therefore no doubt saved, literally hundreds of examples of the much-loved model so far.
minimine has a great track record, and after 30 years of dealing with every aspect of classic Minis, there can very little the company doesn’t know about this ever-increasingly popular subject. We welcome them on board and look forward to forging a mutually fruitful partnershipBMH Managing Director Graham Payne
The company stocks almost all available products for classic Minis, including over 300 for which it has been actively responsible for bringing to the marketplace. It boasts a fully equipped workshop, bodyshop retail counter and mail order warehouse, and is able to offer storage, recovery and staged restoration services for all Mini models and their derivatives built between 1959 and 2001.
Commenting on the new appointment BMH Managing Director Graham Payne said: “minimine has a great track record, and after 30 years of dealing with every aspect of classic Minis, there can very little the company doesn’t know about this ever-increasingly popular subject. We welcome them on board and look forward to forging a mutually fruitful partnership.”