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Gran Turismo Moke

Commissioned by Leyland in the late 70's as an alternative Moke the intention was to produce this drop over bodies in fibreglass however despite reasonable interest at the Sydney Motor Show the project never progressed past this plywood mock up that was later destroyed.

BMW Hahn Moke

After leaving Bridsville and heading east on the 2011 Outback Icons trip we came across this 'BMW Moke' heading the other way as part of a World Record Attempt to pedal an electric bike, which is a contradiction when you think about it, the 1600km to Birdsville.

LeftHand Drive Moke in Australian Bush

Another interesting Moke we came across on the Outback Icons Touur in 2011 was this Australian built, and it would appear registered, Moke that is factory left hand drive. Many factory lefthand drive Mokes were produced in Australia but not too many stayed.

The Moke of Goat Island.

The Island isn't called Goat Island but it did have Goats and it does have a sadly neglected little Moke which is unlikely to ever be restored or recovered.

Army Moke Trailer

A genuine army Moke 1/4 ton trailer on display in Yarra Glen in 2015. Beware of imitations.

Army Mokes Assembled

This photo was shows a line up of Military Mokes, nine in total, with a few extra Army trimmings and appeared to be unused when the photo was taken. Not a lot of information is available about the source of the photo however the features of the Mokes suggest 1968 or 1969.

List of Australian Military Mokes

Due to the photocopying prowess of Les, pages of the official Department of Defence purchasing book has been made available which detail the buying and selling of around 260 Mokes and 90 Moke trailers from 1969 to 1980.

Restored Competition Moke in the US.

This ex competition Moke in the US has been restored to his competiton specs and was recently sold on the website with an asking price of around US$8,900.

1968 Road Racing Moke at Phillip Island

1968 Racing Moke at Phillip Island Raceway and the drivers name was Hicks. This picture was found on an internet forum and has been tracked down to have come from the website. Click on the description to be redirected to the original photo.68171 - D. Hicks Morris Mini Moke - Phillip Island 1968

1966 Surfers Paradise Racing Moke

The pictures was taken at Surfers Paradise Raceway in 1966 and is being driven by Smith/Seeton in the 12 hour endurance at Surfers Paradise International Raceway.