A compilation of classic films from the Archives of the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust re-mastered for DVD.
The British Motor Car (1963)
An historic overview of the creation of the British Motor Corporation in 1952 illustrated by rare historical footage and narrated by no less than Lord Nuffield himself. The production used films sourced from the numerous BMC factories which today form the core of the unique BMIHT film archive.
Winning Ways (1962)
BMC’s exploits in motor sport, ranging from Formula Junior and saloon cars to hill climbs and international rallying; including scenes at the Cooper Works and the BMC Competitions Department.
For the Markets of the World (1961)
In this period BMC was Britain’s leading exporter of cars, as illustrated by the variety of marques and models, including MG and Austin Healey, being loaded on board ship for sale all over the world.
BMC Quality (1962)
This aptly titled film was intended to answer criticisms of BMC product quality which had been exacerbated by a recent Mini water-leaks fiasco. Every aspect of testing and quality control is highlighted, from the laboratory through the assembly line to the ultimate challenge on the proving ground.
Total running time approximately 89 minutes