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As enthusiasts are well aware, 2022 is the 60th anniversary of Britain’s favourite sports car, the MGB. The model’s longevity is a tribute to its no-nonsense design and robust mechanicals, but also the fact that British Motor Heritage (BMH) has been actively supporting it since 1975, by providing replacement bodyContinue Reading

A large percentage of British Motor Heritage’s (BMH) renowned range of replacement body parts for British classic vehicles are aimed at the MGB, MGC, MG Midget and its Austin-Healey Sprite cousins. However, the company is always looking to plug any remaining gaps or reintroduce items that have fallen by theContinue Reading

Continuing its programme of reinstating products that have become unavailable for one reason or another, British Motor Heritage (BMH) has now invested in new tooling specifically in order to produce B-Post assemblies for Triumph TR models 4, 4A, 5, 250 and 6. It is an all British programme for whichContinue Reading

Rare ‘mint & boxed’ model cars now available from BMH subsidiary Tex Automotive

Globally renowned for its original specification classic wiper and mirror products, British Motor Heritage (BMH) subsidiary Tex Automotive is now offering an ever-increasing range of enthusiast car parts and accessories, plus a mouth-watering selection of rare or, in some cases, unique ‘mint and boxed’ model cars. A collectors’ goldmine, theContinue Reading

Renowned classic Mini specialist, minimine, is given the thumbs up by British Motor Heritage

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. TheContinue Reading

British Motor Heritage adds replacement carpet sets to its already extensive classic car portfolio

British Motor Heritage (BMH), the company best known for the manufacture of replacement bodyshells and individual panels for such classic British cars as the Mini and MGB, has now added replacement carpet sets to its already extensive portfolio of parts and accessories. Having acquired the established brand and related toolingContinue Reading

British Motor Heritage underpins a period of significant reorganisation with a pair of new websites

Much has changed at British Motor Heritage (BMH) since Graham Payne assumed the role of Managing Director less than a year ago. Manufacture of the company’s core products has been meticulously reorganised and a number of new product lines introduced. Moreover, there has been a radical change to the company’sContinue Reading