1974 Austin Mini Moke RHD For Sale
1974 MINI MOKE
RED EXTERIOR / BLACK INTERIOR
HAS LATE MODEL A+ 1275 ENGINE
EXCELLENT TOP AND SIDE CURTAINS
HEATER / DEFROST
13" "MINILITE" WHEELS
BULL BAR or Roo bar..depending on what you might hit! & TOW BAR
TITLE READS MILEAGE EXEMPT
WE ARE HAPPY TO ASSIST IN ARRANGING SHIPPING.
A 10% DEPOSIT IS DUE WITHIN 48 HOURS AND THE BALANCE IS DUE WITHIN 7 DAYS.
FLORIDA RESIDENTS MUST PAY APPLICABLE SALES TAX AND TITLE FEES.
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO END THIS AUCTION EARLY BECAUSE THIS CAR IS ADVERTISED ELSEWHERE.
SEE BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION.......
A bit of history...From A Guide to Mini Mokes,
the brilliant idea of one Alec Issigonis, designer of the famous Mini. Mr. Issigonis later became Sir Alec.
"Far from being a generic term for a boxy, very fun, open vehicle, Mini Moke or Moke means only one thing: a little piece of motoring history. Contrary to popular belief, they were never a kit car, but have always been factory produced using a steel monocoque body pan mounted on Mini sub fames and powered by an "A" series Mini engine/gearbox unit. Be it in England, Australia or Portugal, they have always left the factory fully assembled.
"The first production Mini Moke was manufactured in January 1964 at BMC's Longbridge factory in Birmingham, England. Production of the Mini Moke continued here until late October 1968.
Production then entirely switched to BMC's Enfield factory in Sydney, Australia, where they had been producing the Moke since 1966. A number of specification changes were made to suit the local conditions and the growing leisure vehicle market. The Mini Moke continued to be manufactured in Australia until early 1982.
In 1983 production restarted in Portugal with British Leyland. Initially the final Australian specification was used, but this was substantially revised in 1986 and under the control of Austin Rover Portugal, continued until mid 1989.
The manufacturing rights for the Moke were sold in 1990 to the Italian company Cagiva, who produced practically identical Mokes in Portugal from 1991 through to early 1993, when the last Moke was made."