BNC

BNC was started by ex Hispano-Suiza man Lucien Bollack, to produce cyclecars with engines supplied by Ruby, SCAP and Chapuis-Dornier engines, sometimes with Cozette supercharging. Cyclecars had been popularised by allowing a 2 seater car of under a dry weight of 350kg and 1100cc to run with minimal yearly taxation. Think of GN, Amilcar, Salmson. Lombard. BNC ran into trouble when it tried to go "upmarket" with a larger car and the company was sold on, but struggled coping with the depression of 1930, and after various prototypes the doors closed in 1931

Blockey Products for BNC

450/500 x 18

Blockley Triple Stud Crossply

£120.00 (£144.00 inc. VAT)

400 x 19

Blockley Triple Stud Crossply

£74.00 (£88.80 inc. VAT)

710x90

Blockley Beaded Edge

£175.00 (£210.00 inc. VAT)

18/19 inch Rim Band (22mm wide)

Blockley Rim Band

£3.00 (£3.60 inc. VAT)

710x90 Inner Tube

Blockley Inner Tube

£35.00 (£42.00 inc. VAT)

18/19 inch Rim Band (45mm wide)

Blockley Rim Band

£3.00 (£3.60 inc. VAT)

26x3 (700x80)

Blockley Beaded Edge

£120.00 (£144.00 inc. VAT)

26x3 Inner Tube


£24.00 (£28.80 inc. VAT)