Getting production information on your British Car
Last Update July 26, 1997
DO YOU OWN A CLASSIC VEHICLE ?
IS IT ONE OF THE MARQUES OWNED BY ROVER GROUP ?
WOULD YOU LIKE THE DETAILS OF YOUR VEHICLE FROM THE ORIGINAL FACTORY
PRODUCTION RECORDS ?
If the answer to these three questions is yes, then the British Motor
Industry Heritage Trust can offer you a certificate suitable for framing,
covering the following makes and models.
Statement of origin.- fee of £10.00.
Austin cars and commercial vehicle, most models 1945-69
Austin Healey Longbridge or Abingdon built 1953-71 (not Warwick
built 100 'S')
Land Rover Series I, II, IIa, IIb and III 1948-70
Metropolitan Nash, Hudson, Austin 1953-61
Mini Austin, Morris, Mini Cooper etc 1959-69
MG from start of TF Midget & ZA Magnette 1953-80 (not TC, TD,
YA, YT, YB models)
Morris cars and some light commercials, most models 1928-71 (not
Range Rover all models 1969-79
Riley from start of Pathfinder model 1953-69 (not 1.5 & 2.5
Rover all models 1945-80
Standard cars and light commercials 1945-63
Triumph all models 1946-80
Vanden Plas also records of many earlier Vanden Plas 1959-80
Princess bodied cars
Wolseley most models (gap from 1930-1949) 1901-30 & 1949-74
Technical data certificates -. The certificate details the technical
data required to meet the relevant import regulations and costs from £30.00.
To obtain your certificate, please send your fee and quote the make
model and chassis/car number of your vehicle to the following address:
British Motor Industry Heritage
Heritage Motor Centre,
Banbury Road, Gaydon.
Warwick, CV35 0BJ
Telephone: (01926) 641188 Fax: (01926) 641555
30 minutes by car from Birmingham, Oxford, and Stratford-upon-Avon
Get more info and current pricing and info from the BMIHT Web site:
The trust is an educational charity, established to collect and conserve
vehicles, artefacts and records relating to the various companies which
have come together to form the modern day Rover Group. It also includes
one of the largest displays of British cars to be seen anywhere in the
world, from a 1896 Wolseley to the present day Land-Rover.
Historic Rally Videos also available. European (PAL) and US (NTSCO)