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1968 Morris Mini Moke

1968 Morris Mini Moke in Das Mädchen von Hongkong, Movie, 1973 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: UK — Built in: AU

1968 Morris Mini Moke

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vilero ES

2012-07-13 10:54

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Mini Moke on the site /vehicles.php?resultsStyle=asImages&yearFrom=&yearTo=&makeMatch=2&make=&modelMatch=1&model=Mini+Moke&modelInclModel=on&modelInclChassis=on&origin=&madein=&madefor=&role=

As Austin, Leyland or Morris, we list these as 'Convertible' /vehicles.php?resultsStyle=asImages&yearFrom=&yearTo=&makeMatch=2&make=&modelMatch=1&model=Mini+Moke&modelInclModel=on&modelInclChassis=on&class3=3&origin=&madein=&madefor=&role=

'Supermini' /vehicles.php?resultsStyle=asImages&yearFrom=&yearTo=&makeMatch=2&make=&modelMatch=1&model=Mini+Moke&modelInclModel=on&modelInclChassis=on&class14=14&origin=&madein=&madefor=&role=

and 'Off Road' /vehicles.php?resultsStyle=asImages&yearFrom=&yearTo=&makeMatch=2&make=&modelMatch=1&model=Mini+Moke&modelInclModel=on&modelInclChassis=on&class7=7&origin=&madein=&madefor=&role=

Which is the correct class?

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robi DE

2012-07-13 11:27

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I'd say it's an offroad:
A Supermini is normally a car that carries 2-3 people and some shopping backs, like the original Mini, but this is different.
If this is a convertible, other cars should be classified as convertibles too: /vehicle_6049-Ford-Bronco-1985.html

dsl SX

2012-07-13 13:05

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In terms of type, it's not much different from being a beach buggy based on a Mini - how do we categorise beach buggies? My preference would be convertible - I don't understand the Bronco comparison ^.

dsl SX

2012-07-13 13:12

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As for the Moke - it looks an early Aus built 68+ - /vehicle_17917-Leyland-Mini-Moke-1968.html - but the black on grey grille badge would be either Austin or Morris. No idea what branding was used in HK, but my default is always Austin as all UK Mokes were built by "The Austin" at Longbridge.

ingo DE

2012-07-13 13:22

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dsl wrote In terms of type, it's not much different from being a beach buggy based on a Mini - how do we categorise beach buggies? My preference would be convertible - I don't understand the Bronco comparison ^.

Well, here Link to "www.ebay.de" is a Bronco included, too (under a wrong name). Also other non-Buggies as the Citroen Mehari, the Willys Jeep, the Fiat Campagnola and even an Amphicat and a Busse All Terrain. No unusual, this cobblework at these games. Just cheap junk for the kids...

andrepa DE

2012-07-13 13:30

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at Ingo ; to me a "Bronco" is offroad Ford F series, i drove to school with in the snowy woods 1983 as a kid

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