British Motor Corporation (BMC) was a British vehicle company, established in 1952 when Austin merged with the parent of the Morris, MG, Riley and Wolseley (Nuffield Organisation). It had its headquarters at the Austin plant at Longbridge, England. In 1966 it merged into British Motor Holdings and again in 1968 into British Leyland Motor Corporation.
Besides a vast array of consumer cars it also produced engines, commercial vehicles and agricultural tractors. To mention a few: the Morris Minor van, the Morris J-type and LD vans, and a whole range of Morris light trucks.