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1966 Morris Mini Moke
Currently Under Offer


(including buyers premium)

Lot details

Registration No: DKS194D
Chassis No: M-ABI-694364
MOT: Exempt

Motor Car Location: Midlothian

  • 37,200 miles, just 2 former keepers from new and current ownership since 1970
  • Fitted with 998cc engine with twin carburetors, Cooper manifold and Cosmic alloy wheels
  • Offered with V5c, Green logbook, collection of old invoices and old MOT's back to 1975
  • Supplied new by Croall Bryson & Co ltd
  • In need of light recommissioning due to long term storage
  • Always garaged in the vendor's ownership
  • Previously subject to a replacement steering rack

The utilitarian Moke (slang for Donkey) was conceived as a light military vehicle and, codenamed The Buckboard, was tested by all three branches of the armed forces. However, its relatively low ground clearance ruled it out of most combat situations and its forte was as a beach buggy in such popular holiday destinations as the Seychelles and the Caribbean. Some 50,000 examples were manufactured all told - UK production ran from 1964 to 1968, while they were also built in Australia, Portugal, and Italy. The monocoque shell comprised a pair of box-section pontoons connected by the floorpan and firewall. Engine, gearbox, suspension etc were standard Mini components, making for economical service and repair. Most of the 14,518 British Mokes incorporated Mini MK1 running gear but the later ones (1967-68) utilised MK2 parts. However, of the 5,422 Austin and 9,096 Morris versions made a mere ten percent or so were 'home market' supplied.

Vendor Condition Ratings:

Bodywork: 'Good'
Engine: 'Good'
Electrical Equipment: 'Good'
Paintwork: 'Good'
Gearbox: 'Good'
Interior Trim: 'Good'

For more information, please contact:
James McWilliam
07943 584760


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