1973 Mini Moke

The iconic British Mini Moke is a true utilitarian collectible. Based on the Mini and designed for British Motor Corporation by Sir Alec Issigonis, the Mini Moke's initial design derived from a prototype for a light military vehicle in the style of the American Jeep.

The Moke was launched onto the British market in 1964. Fitted with a low-end 850 CC I-4 engine, it used the same suspension gearbox and 10 inch wheels as the standard Mini. The Moke would go on to attract attention as a cult vehicle as a result of the unprecedented success of the Mini and through media exposure in the popular television series The Prisoner. Of the 14,500 Mokes sold, only about a tenth of them stayed in Britain, yet strong demand remained overseas. Finding a complete and solid example of a vintage Moke is no easy task!

- Complete detailed restoration professionally done by Bayberry Vintage
- Two factory manuals included
- Charming classic collectible

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