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What does BMIHT stand for?

BMIHT stands for British Motor Industry Heritage Trust (UK)


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The award is the culmination of more than two years work to develop plans for a new building in which to store and display more than 200 historic British cars from the collections of both the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust and its partner the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust.
The Aston Martin - A Century of Craftsmanship project is led by the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust with generous support from the Heritage Lottery Fund, Aston Martin Lagonda, Aston Martin Works, Aston Martin Heritage Trust and Aston Martin Owners Club.
Staff from The British Motor Industry Heritage Trust held a training day for volunteers participating in their 'Aston Martin - A Century of Craftsmanship' project.
Robert Alan Dover FREng FlMechE FRSA FLED is a director, and has been a director in the last five years, of the following companies: Current Directorships: Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust British Motor Industry Heritage Trust Zeroshift Limited Traction Technology (UK) Limited* Traction Technology Holdings Limited Traction Technology plc 50 Hans Place Freehold Limited SinterCast AB Inter City Group Limited Salgglas Zrt Previous Directorships within the last 5 years: Eneco Limited* Land Rover Exports Limited Land Rover Group Limited Land Rover Jaguar Cars Exports Limited Ford LRH Red Bull Racing Limited Ford JL Limited Jaguar Cars Limited *Eneco Limited went into Administration in April 2006 and subsequently into creditors' voluntary liquidation in April 2007.
Following an appeal by the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust the car was identified by its serial number as it lay unsold in a showroom.
The funds raised will be reinvested in the museum and archive library by the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust to bring other British marques into the collection in the future and give a better representation of the whole of the British motor industry.