British Motor Heritage (BMH) Presence at MGLIVE! 2016

British Motor Heritage (BMH) has been a strong supporter of MGLIVE! and this year’s meeting at Silverstone on June 4/5 will mark its most comprehensive presence at ‘the world’s largest MG event’ to date.

The British Motor Heritage BMH stand at last year’s MGLIVE!

The company’s stand will feature a range of vehicles built from BMH replacement body shells and a large sample of other parts for classic MGs. Complementing this quality hardware will be a major selection of motoring products available via the company’s ever-growing online brand, Motoring Classics. They will include:

  • MG-branded leather cases, travel bags, driving gloves and key rings
  • MG-branded leisurewear by Auto Club Racing
  • Moto-Lita steering wheels
  • EBC brakes
  • Tex original equipment wash/wipe and mirror products
  • Other items by such respected brands as:
    • Samco
    • Revotec
    • Zircotec

Visitors to the stand are assured of a warm welcome, where BMH’s comprehensive and illustrated 2016 parts catalogue, the latest issue of the company’s Motoring Classics magazine, and advice on all things classic will be freely available.

Further information on BMH products and its worldwide network of Approved Specialists can be found at, while that on the Motoring Classics range is available at

British Motor Heritage (BMH) was established in 1975 to support the owners of classic British marques by putting genuine components back into manufacture; using original tools wherever possible. To date, it has built over 6,000 replacement bodyshells for the MGB, MGR V8, MG Midget, Austin Healey Sprite, Triumph TR6, original Mini and Mini Clubman, as well as thousands of individual replacement panels. These and other items are distributed internationally by a 60-strong network of specialists.

Further details of BMH and its products are available at Motoring Classics is the retail arm of BMH, which sells related products direct to the public via It is also the name of BMH’s quarterly magazine.

Note: Press release courtesy of BMH.