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MINI celebrates 100 years of car production in OxfordFri, 08 Mar 2013
MINI will be celebrating a century of car production in Oxford on 28th March 2013, 100 years since the first Bullnose Morris Oxford was produced. It’s 100 years since the first Bullnose Morris Oxford rolled out on 28th March 1903, since when 11,655,000 cars have been built – with as many as 28,000 people employed in its heyday – and even Tiger Moth planes and Iron Lungs built alongside 80,000 repairs to Spitfires and Hurricanes during WWII. What is now MINI’s Plant Oxford was founded by William Morris – and Morris Motors kept control until 1952 – and has been owned and run by BMC, then British Motor Holdings (when Jaguar arrived), British Leyland (when Leyland Trucks, Triumph and Rover joined), nationalisation in the 1970s saw a variety of names, Rover Group arrived in 1986 and was subsequently privatised and sold in 1994 to BMW.
Information on Goodwood Festival of Speed 2008 | CAR Magazine OnlineWed, 25 Jun 2008
By Tim Pollard Motor Shows 25 June 2008 09:30 What: The Goodwood Festival of Speed. When: 11-13 July 2008. Where: Goodwood, near Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0PX.
Iconic Volkswagen Kombi camper not dead yetThu, 26 Dec 2013
In what would be the perfect present for thousands of Volkswagen fans across the globe, rumours are circulating that the iconic Kombi vancould be set for a comeback. What’s even more remarkable is the fact the news comes just two days before production of the VW Kombi was set to end, bringing to a close 63 years of history. On Bing: see pictures of the Volkswagen Kombi Van The end of the road for Volkswagen’s classic Camper van Earlier this year, Volkswagen do Brasil announced that the Kombi Last Edition would – as its name suggests – draw a curtain on the legendary Dub’s run, which includes 56 years of production on the outskirts of Sao Paulo, Brazil.