FROM OUR MOTORING CORRESPONDENT The British Motor Corporation have now introduced estate car versions of the-Austin A.55 and the Morris-Oxford, giving them the names of Countryman and Traveller respectively.
VEHICLE BUILDERS TO END STRIKE FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT BIRMINGHAM, SEPT. 23 The 1,000 vehicle builders at the British Motor Corporation’s Nuffield Metal Products factory who have been on unofficial strike […]
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT COVENTRY, SEPT 21 Extensive short-time working is to be operated and some redundancy is likely at the Coventry factories of Standard- Triumph International Company Ltd. as a […]
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT COVENTRY. SEPT. 19 In the Midlands motor car industry today there were fears among thousands of car workers and union officials that harder times were returning. The […]
MINI ESTATE LAUNCHED B.M.C. Extend Scope Of The 850 Model FROM OUR MOTORING CORRESPONDENT The British Motor Corporation are extending the scope of their 850 model, which is already produced […]
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT BIRMINGHAM, SEPT. 7 About 1,000 vehicle builders employed at the British Motor Corporation’s car body factory of Nuffield Metal Products in Birmingham walked out on unofficial strike […]