Shopping for Moke parts at your local SuperAutoCrap can be frustrating - most of them have never heard of a Moke! Thanks to a lot of work from This Little Piggy on the Mokes Inc. Forum and members contributions, here's a list of some of the common parts you might be able find there and the numbers you need to quote.
Well known Children's book Author Paul Jennings has got himself a nice 1973 Moke in a shade of Home on the O'range and has been making a few mods to suit his tastes. He says the Moke is for driving around his country Victoria property to entertain visiting kids, but I suspect there is a little more to it than that.
Model and Collectable Mokes are available and can range in price from a few dollars to more than $100 dollars for something like a Dinky Moke still in the original box. Andrew P. shares some of his knowledge of the world of collectable Mokes with us in this series of articles.
The MokeWerx Calculator is a spreadsheet designed by Terry and MoeMoke to assist people when playing with tyres, rims, diffs etc. by allowing you to type in your data and produce up to 6 'What if' scenarios for you to compare. Download the MokeWerx Calculator