BMC Leyland Motor Cars in Australia
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With hundreds of thousands of factory records on file, this App interprets Part Numbers, Drawings, Materials Specifications, and BMC standard fixings.
Confused by Facebook experts? This handy identification card puts it all into perspective. The definitive summary guide to Mini and Moke production in Australia. Prepared by Peter J Davis, Engineering Administration Manager responsible for vehicle identification at the factory. Easy to understand. Yours to download and use at no charge. (PDF format)
Covers Austin/Morris/BMC/Leyland motor vehicles and derivatives produced in Australia and including New Zealand. Does not include Land Rover/Jaguar/Triumph/Rover.
Covers Australian produced Austin, Morris, Wolseley, Leyland 1959 to 1982, Triumph, Jaguar, Rover, Land Rover from approx 1974 to 1982. Also trucks, tractors and general factory service administration issues.
Ever needed to go beyond the workshop manual? This collection of factory service documents gives you access to the secrets of BMC - things they didn’t want owners to know about, and in some cases, things they didn’t want dealers to know about either! Over 8000 articles on file. This is a paid service. 
Covers Austin/Morris/BMC/Leyland motor vehicles produced in Australia from UK and locally made parts. Includes trucks. Does not include Land Rover.
Have a BMC vehicle or an engine and want to know exactly what it is? This reliable and accurate ONLINE DECODER has over 1000 records on file - compiled by Peter J Davis, Engineering Administration Manager at the factory.
This sophisticated application enables you to calculate a predicted vehicle top speed and acceleration from the engine torque curve and other dimensional data. 1. Download the sample profile (.csv) and edit the data according to your needs in Notepad or Excel. 2. Upload your new profile 3. Select the output graph type 4. Perform the analysis
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BMC Leyland Motor Cars in Australia
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RESOURCES
With hundreds of thousands of factory records on file, this App interprets Part Numbers, Drawings, Materials Specifications, and BMC standard fixings.
Confused by Facebook experts? This handy identification card puts it all into perspective. The definitive summary guide to Mini and Moke production in Australia. Prepared by Peter J Davis, Engineering Administration Manager responsible for vehicle identification at the factory. Easy to understand. Yours to download and use at no charge. (PDF format)
Covers Austin/Morris/BMC/Leyland motor vehicles and derivatives produced in Australia and including New Zealand. Does not include Land Rover/Jaguar/Triumph/Rover.
Covers Australian produced Austin, Morris, Wolseley, Leyland 1959 to 1982, Triumph, Jaguar, Rover, Land Rover from approx 1974 to 1982. Also trucks, tractors and general factory service administration issues.
Ever needed to go beyond the workshop manual? This collection of factory service documents gives you access to the secrets of BMC - things they didn’t want owners to know about, and in some cases, things they didn’t want dealers to know about either! Over 8000 articles on file. This is a paid service. 
Covers Austin/Morris/BMC/Leyland motor vehicles produced in Australia from UK and locally made parts. Includes trucks. Does not include Land Rover.
Have a BMC vehicle or an engine and want to know exactly what it is? This reliable and accurate ONLINE DECODER has over 1000 records on file - compiled by Peter J Davis, Engineering Administration Manager at the factory.
This sophisticated application enables you to calculate a predicted vehicle top speed and acceleration from the engine torque curve and other dimensional data. 1. Download the sample profile (.csv) and edit the data according to your needs in Notepad or Excel. 2. Upload your new profile 3. Select the output graph type 4. Perform the analysis
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