British Motor Heritage
British Motor Heritage Limited (BMH) is a British company specialising in the manufacture of bodies and body parts for historic and classic British cars, and based in Witney, Oxfordshire.
BMH started using legacy jigs and tools to produce complete bodyshells for historic models in 1988. It began production with its MG MGB replacement body, after the car had been out of production for 8 years. In 1991 it restarted production of MG Midget bodies.
In 2013, The company employed over 40 staff, and had a turnover of almost £4 million, with an inventory worth £2 million.
- "A Unique Business". British Motor Heritage Limited.
- "Sports cars are given the body treatment". The Sunday Times. 12 May 1991.
- Dron, Tony (3 July 2004). "Heritage is exactly what it used to be". London: The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 2010-04-27.
- "BMW returns some of Britain's heritage". The Financial Times. 7 December 2001.
- British Motor Heritage Limited – Official company website
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