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1968 Mini Moke Great condition. For Sale

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  • £8,999 Offers invited
  • 1968
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Price £8,999 Offers invited
Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make Mini
Model Moke
  Moke 1000
Year 1968
Mileage 50,000 miles
Country UK
Region Lancashire
Telephone 01704 206838
Status Trade
Date 22-Nov-2020
Ref C1288731
Mini Moke RHD 1000 cc, 10 inch wheels. Fold down windscreen. Ex South Africa. 1968/69 . Quite clean throughout. Cheapest moke around.
Starts and drives OK, very nippy. Gears all ok, good oil pressure, brakes ok. lights and horn work ok. Has 2 brackets fitted for towing behind camper, where allowed & also tow bar but no electrics. Spare wheel included, no wipers or heater.

This car may be one of the very early prototypes built in South Africa but then registered later. Car has been painted, probably more than once. There is a small hole underneath where some battery acid has leaked, we will fix this. Car will have full service before dispatch. Delivery can be done and we can send the car to you for an inspection for a small fee.

NOW WITH UK registration, V5 in our name "G" reg historic plate, registered as Historic utility vehicle, tax and MOT exempt. Buy it and use immediately.

Investment car also available for TV work.
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