This festive Mini Moke from 1967 is a superb example, offered from long-term dry storage.
The Moke gained stardom on the small screen, with several appearances such as
TV’s “The Prisoner” series and 1973 James Bond Movie “Live and Let Die”.
Designed for paratroopers in WWII. Later became the rage in Europe for vineyards, estates, in seaside towns and even placed on decks of yachts. Some 51,000 examples were built in total, with many finding favor with generations of farmers, linemen and ranchers for their toughness and sheer utility.
Finished in yellow with new custom upholstery yellow/white stripped top and seats. This basic layout, combined with small 10-inch diameter wheels at each corner of its squat, box-like body, also provided the Mini with a deceptively spacious passenger cabin.
If features a 998 cc BMC A-Series inline four-cylinder, four-speed manual front transaxle transmission, four-wheel independent suspension and hydraulic four-wheel drum brakes.
Recently mechanically sorted, could make a fun leisure vehicle or provide a great way to get around your acreage.
The original Mini was conceived in response to the 1957 Suez oil crisis. The British Motor Corporation (BMC) tasked Alec Issigonis with creating a small, fuel-efficient vehicle. Leonard Lord, President.....