Like another great cult car of the post-WW2 era, the VW Beetle, the Mini Moke proved itself open to all manner of imaginative interpretations by its devotees. Conceived as a military vehicle, the Moke was re-developed for a civilian market with deliveries commencing in 1964 and its popularity exploding internationally. Originally marketed as a utility vehicle in Australia, the Moke captured the 1960s′ spirit of freedom and self-expression more effectively than any other car for the sunburnt country and was re-imagined as a beach buggy. The classic′s prominent role in Morgan O’Neil′s latest Australian film ′Drift′ has only served to maintain its popularity and today this quirky Mini variant remains highly sought after, especially when found in fantastic condition. This Austin Mini Moke we are proud to offer has received a first class, concours restoration by none other than Leo Jack, a world renowned Mini Moke body paneling fabricator and restoration expert based in the UK. Australian delivered in 1966, this example has arrived from a dry storage, private collection and its road and showroom presence is picture-perfect. The paintwork, including the underside of the vehicle, is finis
1965 mini moke green restored fwd petrol 4-seater 2wd
Bays 3+4 50-64 Pacific Highway
In its own way, the Mini Moke makes perfect sense. Cruising down the sea...
David Brown, the UK-based specialist car maker previously known for the ...