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1986 Mini Moke

1986 Mini Moke in Abbronzatissimi, Movie, 1991 IMDB

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Model origin: UK — Built in: PT — Made for: I

1986 Mini Moke

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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Neon IT

2010-01-18 00:33

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Neon IT

2010-01-18 00:34

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I know it as Mini Moke, but I don't know the correct name or with which name was sold here

Ralph DE

2010-01-18 02:49

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i say:
1990 Cagiva Moke
Link to "upload.wikimedia.org" (the yellow on the pic)

-- Last edit: 2010-01-18 02:49:43

electra225 IT

2010-01-18 06:37

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This should be the Australian built version, imported to Italy in the late 80s

chris40 UK

2010-01-18 11:20

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No, I think Ralph's right - this is a Portuguese-made Cagiva Moke, by the 12" wheels.

electra225 IT

2010-01-18 15:52

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I can't recognize the Aussie version by the Portuguese one, but I remember an Italian specialized magazine (Quattroruote), when imports began, claiming those cars were only built in Australia...

chris40 UK

2010-01-18 20:10

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mini_Moke#Portuguese_Mokes is my authority, for what it's worth, that only the Cagiva Moke (not Mini Moke!) had 12" wheels.

CougarTim US

2010-01-20 19:17

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If I'm understanding all this correctly, should it be: Origin: UK, Built in: Portugal, Made for: Italy ?

ingo DE

2010-01-20 19:18

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Is the Mini Moke orign.UK, or wasn't it an Australian idea?

chris40 UK

2010-01-20 20:07

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No, Alec Issigonis designed it for BMC; it was initially built at Morris Motors at Cowley then at Austin Longbridge, and only later in Australia.

Sunbar UK

2010-01-20 20:17

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In January 1964, BMC's production of the Mini Moke began in the UK with sales in starting in August for the UK. It was intended as a serious off-road contender rather than a fun-vehicle.

It was not until February 1966 that Moke production began in Australia.

cycolac fan EN

2012-06-02 16:20

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Going to struggle to tow a full size caravan with that Moke!

Sandie SX

2016-03-08 21:08

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By the features visible (see comments here: /vehicle.php?id=9353 and: /vehicle.php?id=882297 ) probably safest to rename as 1986-89 Mini Moke?

-- Last edit: 2016-03-08 21:12:26

dsl SX

2016-03-08 21:14

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Agree because Cagiva was body colour grille and bumpers, and had grab handles on top rear side strut of roll cage. Am also beginning to think Cagiva had red grille badge and big fixings on rear wing to attach roll cage, but these are not yet confirmed differences.

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