BMH Mini bodyshell sales hit a high in 2022
British Motor Heritage reports that a total of 45 Mini bodyshells left their factory in 2022, destined to be used for Mini restorations and what BMH described as “new classics” like the high-end revamped Mini Remastered vehicles. As well as 45 Mini shells in saloon mark variations and Clubman saloon there were 32 MGBs (roadster and GT) and one MG Midget.
BMH Managing Director Graham Payne said: “Last year was certainly a very busy one, that’s more than justified our ongoing investment in the refurbishment of the original BMC/Leyland tooling – the invaluable hardware which makes us the only company able to produce replacement bodyshells to the exact specification of the originals. Where our products do differ from the originals, however, is in the quality of the steel and the OE specification primer in which all our parts are finished, thus ensuring far better longevity. As things currently stand, it looks as though this year could be at least as busy as 2022 was.” Find out more information online at: bmh-ltd.co.uk
British Motor Heritage manufacture Mini panels and bodyshells using original tooling from Longbridge.