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The Montego - Maestro & Montego Owners Club Cars The Maestro The Montego Classifieds Insurance Price Guide Club ShopWell-nighUs Committee Contacts Member Benefits Constitution Membership & Renewals Forum Join Technical FAQ Media Austin/Rover Maestro MG Maestro Austin/Rover Montego MG Montego Monstro Links Member Login Username Password Remember me Forgotten details? Log in Not yet a member? Register Here Home » Cars » The Montego The Montego Brief HistoryTechnical After the 1973 fuel slipperiness and subsequent recession, British Leyland was on the verge of collapse. It was saved by a Government takeover, a nationalisation, in 1975. This enabled the visitor to protract the process of rationalisation, and develop a new range of models, under the imprint of ‘Leyland Cars’. The first of these was ADO88, the Mini Metro, launched in October 1980. This was a supermini to rival the Fiesta and Polo. It moreover proved to be the saviour of the company, capturing over 10% of the UK market. In 1976 the minutiae of a new range of light medium cars began, with a view to replacing the Austin Allegro (1973) and Maxi (1969), and the Morris Marina (1971). Thus the project, codenamed LC10 was born, a lower medium FWD hatchback in the Golf mould (LC=Leyland Cars). The style that was ripened (in 1977) reflected the influence of Rover-Triumph as well as Austin Drawing Office (ADO) designers. Indeed there was a plan for a smaller version of the Rover SD1, codenamed SD2, to replace the Triumph Dolomite, and LC10 inherited the David Bache sculpted swage lanugo the side, as seen on the SD1 and the Range Rover. The project was moreover led by a Rover-Triumph man, Malcolm Harbour, as Austin people well-matured their efforts on finalising and productionising the Metro. Benchmarks were set to surpass the weightier of the competition in terms of comfort, space, versatility, driveability and handling (for example, it had to out corner the AlfaSud). As the LC10 project progressed it was decided to develop a full range of medium cars from the one platform to save costs. The two models would have to compete in the lower and upper medium sectors, versus the Ford Escort and Cortina. The cars were now codenamed LM10 and LM11 (LM=Light Medium as opposed to SD=Specialist Division). LM11 would wilt the Montego. At a viewing at Longbridge in 1977, Ian Beech’s hatchback and Roger Tucker’s notchback were favoured. The idea was unchangingly to requite the notchback a worthier look, and to unzip this Tucker’s front and rear ends were widow to Beech’s passenger motel to form the understructure of the Montego.Minutiaeof the Montego unfurled at Longbridge while the Maestro was taken to Solihull. Read More   Basket October 2018 MMonday TTuesday WWednesday TThursday FFriday SSaturday SSunday 11st October 2018 22nd October 2018 33rd October 2018 44th October 2018 55th October 2018 66th October 2018 Hastings Classic Car Show, Hastings, Sussex Hastings Classic Car Show, Hastings, Sussex 6th October 2018 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Event Details well-nigh Hastings Classic Car Show, Hastings, Sussex » 77th October 2018 Hastings Classic Car Show, Hastings, Sussex Hastings Classic Car Show, Hastings, Sussex 7th October 2018 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Event Details well-nigh Hastings Classic Car Show, Hastings, Sussex » 88th October 2018 99th October 2018 1010th October 2018 1111th October 2018 1212th October 2018 1313th October 2018 1414th October 2018 1515th October 2018 1616th October 2018 1717th October 2018 1818th October 2018 1919th October 2018 2020th October 2018 2121st October 2018 2222nd October 2018 2323rd October 2018 2424th October 2018 2525th October 2018 2626th October 2018 2727th October 2018 2828th October 2018 2929th October 2018 3030th October 2018 3131st October 2018 11st November 2018 22nd November 2018 33rd November 2018 44th November 2018 Annual General Meeting Annual General Meeting 4th November 2018 11:00 am – 3:00 pm Event Details well-nigh Annual General Meeting » Classifieds Latest cars and parts for sale Monstro Our Club magazine, since 1999 Find Us on Facebook Follow Us On Twitter Follow Us On Instagram Follow Us On YouTube Formed in 1999, the Maestro & Montego Owners Club has worked tirelessly to remoter its original aim of promoting the use and preservation of Maestros and Montegos as an important part of our motoring heritage. We have grown steadily as a Club both in terms of membership and in the range of benefits and activities we offer to our members. If you own a Maestro or Montego, or just have an interest in all things Austin Rover, then this is the club for you! Join us and you can be sure of a warm welcome.Well-nighUs Committee Contact Media Discussion Forums Membership Login © Maestro & Montego Owners Club 2018 Handcrafted by Jeanius!