The Alan Reullier BMH Mini body shell arrives in London for VIP event

Alan recently spent the day in London to set up for the Alan Reullier – British Motor Heritage VIP event at the RBW showroom in St Johns Wood, London.

RBW have kindly donated space to Alan to exhibit his work which can be seen form the 5th June and features the historic automotive Heritage Blueprints and the centrepiece is the amazing the Mini body shell. 
Enthusiasts and art lovers are also invited to a special VIP event on June 12th from 6pm. Guests will be able to meet Alan Reullier, along with the MDs of British Motor Heritage and RBW Electric Cars.

Located in London, the RBW showroom (which opened last year) is the ideal place to discover RBW’s range of brand new, fully electric classics. Like Reullier’s artworks, these beautifully-built cars boldly reimagine Britain’s motoring heritage, preserving and updating our legacy for the modern era.

Each engineering blueprint offers an authentic glimpse into a vehicle’s development history, now overlaid with Reuiller’s thought-provoking designs. The result is a dynamic collection that pays homage to the craftsmanship and ingenuity of the originals. They represent a tiny sample of around one million automotive diagrams, salvaged by BMH when Rover Group was sold.

Blueprints included in the exhibition include a Rover P5 Coupé from 1963, a Triumph TR6 from 1969, Series Land Rovers from 1962, 1968 and 1969 (including a Lightweight), a Rover SD1 from 1976, Minis from 1966 and 1976, and Standard Motor Company components in the 1920s.

“We’re proud to be collaborating with Alan Reullier,” said Graham Payne, Managing Director of BMH. “His creativity is helping to draw attention to this unique collection of diagrams, and he approaches them with the dedication of a real enthusiast. We have a huge resource here, and we’re working hard to make sure it survives into the future. Alan’s work is giving a new dimension to that mission.”

For more details on the exhibition, or if you would like to attend the launch event on June 12th, please contact

Check out the video below which shows Alan enjoying a trip to the London Concours before going on to RBW to set up the Exhibition with team Reullier. Enjoy!

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