The British Motor Corporation was created in 1952 when the Nuffield Group (Morris and associated companies) merged with Austin. It was supposed to give the UK a world-class car manufacturing group to fight the best the world could throw at us – but instead, it was divided, and lost market share throughout it short life. Died in 1968, when Leyland Motors took it over to form the British Leyland Motor Corporation.
It would appear that BMC could have defined the Volkswagen Golf class a decade or so before the Germans got around to it. Meet the BMC 1100-based Creech Mystique… This […]