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1972 Leyland Mini Moke [YDO18]

1972 Leyland Mini Moke [YDO18] in The Flying Doctors, TV Series, 1986-1991 IMDB Ep. 3.20

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Model origin: UK — Built in: AU

1972 Leyland Mini Moke [YDO18]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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truckface NO

2014-03-14 18:45

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Leyland.

MisterZ AU

2014-03-20 03:48

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In Australia it was sold as Morris prior to 1973, not BMC.

dsl SX

2014-03-20 04:37

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Fine by me. We have too many contradictory comments on various Aus Moke pages about 68-72 local brand (variously Leyland, BMC or Morris) and therefore inconsistent IDs for those years, so it's good to simplify to something coherent. So 68-72 Aus brand = Morris (which extends back to 66 as well), 73+ = Leyland. Unless anyone can prove different ...... It would also be useful to know when Aus Mokes started this bigger combined sidelight indicator (from 1100 ADO16??) instead of original Mini round indicator only as UK production.

truckface NO

2014-03-22 15:17

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Sorry. I thought it said: "LEYLAND" above the wheel arch, but those are just ribs... :whistle:

dsl SX

2015-09-27 14:46

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Update - big wheels = 69-74 [YDO18] 1098cc, badged as 69-72 Morris, 72+ Leyland

eLMeR FM

2016-02-05 22:47

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YDO18 = made from 1966 onwards?

dsl SX

2016-02-05 23:13

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^ not according to my sources. Small 10" wheels Aus-made was 68 or 69 as YDO8. Replaced by 13" wheels YDO18 in 1969

dsl SX

2016-02-06 01:25

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Bigger split sidelights now dateable to 1972 Leyland rebranding, but keeps YDO18.

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