Our BMC 1100 Automatic has been off the road for five weeks, awaiting delivery of an exchange automatic transmission unit to the garage before it can be repaired.
BMC representatives tell us that there are one hundred and sixty four outstanding orders for these units, and they refuse to divulge or hint at a delivery date for our order.
S. BREEZE (Mrs.) – Wokingham, Berks.
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