Fisher and Ludlow
A high volume operation, Fisher and Ludlow built finished and trimmed car bodies which were then trucked to the "manufacturer"'s works to be fitted with all the mechanicals.
It was acquired by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) in 1953. After the merger of BMC and Pressed Steel Company (PSC) in 1966, and the formation of the British Leyland Motor Corporation (BLMC) in 1968, the Fisher & Ludlow business was merged with the PSC business to form Pressed Steel Fisher under BLMC.
- 1950 metal finishing, Morris Minors
- 1950 paint preparation, Standard Vanguards
- 1950 final assembly, Bendix washing machines
- Grace's Guide - Fisher & Ludlow A short history of F & L. It contains a link to a 1950 publication detailing the first 100 years.
- Austin Memories
- Fisher & Ludlow Camping & Caravan Club
The Fisher and Ludlow Camping and Caravan Club, which used to form part of the social club is still in existence and part of the British Leyland Camping and Caravan Association.
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