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BMH breeda‘Racing improves the breed’ is an overused and often abused saying, but is totally apt when it comes to a number of products offered by British Motor Heritage (BMH). So, in addition the company’s long-established range of original specification replacement bodyshells and panels, a host of specialist items is also now offered by this versatile supplier, including:

Competition parts for the MGB

BMH’s managing director John Yea has now been successfully campaigning the company’s FIA specification MGB in a variety of high profile historic race series for some nine years. His first-hand experience of ‘Britain’s favourite sportscar’ on the track has directly resulted in the following being made available from BMH:
– 4.1:1 crown wheel and pinion
– Close ratio gear set for ‘4-synchro’ transmissions
– Alloy door and boot-lid skins
– FIA specification alloy front valance
– Seam-welded replacement bodyshells
– Bespoke bodyshells featuring full-range of BMH alloy panels (these are sold without warranty for motorsport use only)

Bodyshell tubs for the MG Midget

BMH also has a competition Midget with which it contests hillclimbs and sprints. This experience plus ongoing requests from owners of Lenham, Ashley and WSM-bodied Midgets and Sprites has led to the availability of replacement tubs, in addition to original specification individual panels and complete bodyshells.

Race-proved products from BMH’s Motoring Classics range

BMH breedbThe following were all thoroughly tried and tested courtesy of BMH’s MGB racer before being added to the company’s ever-growing list of online sales items:
– Revotec cooling fans
– Zircotec heat management products
– EBC brake pads and shoes
– Samco silicon hoses
– StartMonkey 400 lightweight jump-start system

Further information on replacement panels, bodyshells and the Heritage Approved Specialists from which they can be bought can be found at http://www.bmh-ltd.com, while for details of all items purchasable online under the Motoring Classics banner please log onto http://www.motoringclassics.co.uk.

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