About the BMC and Leyland Show

to be held Sunday 12th July, 2020.

The BMC & Leyland show is a real enthusiast’s show and celebrates the fantastic vehicles that were produced by the British Motor Corporation including vehicles produced by British Leyland, The Rover Group and pre-BMC group vehicles. The show has something for everyone with 800 vehicles on display, including cars, commercial and military vehicles. The show highlights the enormity of vehicles produced under the BMC marque. From Mini to the scorpion tanks from the Alvis Fighting Vehicle Society and all sizes of vehicle in between including vans and lorries. 10am - 4pm

- Tom Karen- British Motor Museum      


 

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BMC and Leyland Show Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Tom Karen
  • Organisation: British Motor Museum
  • Address: Heritage Motor Centre, Banbury Road, Gaydon, Warwickshire
  • Postcode: CV35 0BJ
  • Phone: 01926 645 031

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