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Mini Moke

The Mini Moke is a vehicle based on the Mini designed for the British Motor Corporation (BMC) by Sir Alex Issogonis and John Sheppard

The name comes from "Mini", the car with which the Moke shares many parts, and "Moke", an archaic dialect term for “donkey The Moke has been marketed under various names including Austin Mini Moke, Morris Mini Moke and Leyland Moke.

The initial design was a prototype for a light military vehicle in the style of the American Jeep, but its small wheels and low ground clearance made it impractical as an off-road vehicle. It was subsequently offered in a civilian version as a low-cost, easily maintained utility vehicle. The Moke achieved success as a beach buggy, becoming a popular "cult" vehicle in the French Riviera. The original Moke used identical engine, transmission and suspension parts from the Mini Van.

The first Moke’s were only built at BMC's Longbridge, Birmingham. 14,518 Moke’s were produced in the UK between 1964 and 1968, 26,000 in Australia between 1966 and 1981, and 10,000 in Portugal between 1980 and 1993 when production of the Moke ended.