For the 14 years of production in Australia there were only four styles of rear light fitted to Mokes.
For last years of production the square Hella was fitted to Mokes from around 1977 to 1982.
This Hella style was fitted to the rear of the Moke for the longest period.
This article describes various techniques for testing whether your starter solenoid is faulty or is something else going wrong causing issues with starting the engine.
With the introduction of the Gal body Mokes, the old dash mounted wiper switch was replaced by a column mounted switch. This is a quick guide to how it all works.
This information applies to the two speed wipers with the dash mounted rotary switch. So to help with restoration or repair, here is a guide to exactly how it works.
From the factory, Mokes were fitted with a Lucas inertia starter. While they are generally pretty reliable, there are much better starters available these days. The best one to fit is from a Holden Gemini, and it is quite easy to do.
Late mokes with the twin stalk indicator switch use two small pins under the steering wheel to cancel the indicators. This works fine until you replace the steering wheel!