Beautiful Mini Schmith/Hrubon Paul Smith. 1980.
Jean Claude Hrubon, the famous BMC engine manufacturer and car dealer in Levallois in the 60s was well known on the French circuits for his efficient preparations on English engines and prototypes. He initiated several well-known automobile projects and created a smaller Mini-Moke than the original called Schmitt or the chip « La puce in French », only 200 units were produced in kit or registered, from 1980 to 1987.
Our moke was delivered new the five december 1980, the chassis n°0113 is a two-seater car 2.35 meter long and wide of 1.52, it weighs only 540 kg. Its 998 cm3 British Leyland engine is located transversely to the front with a 4-speed gearbox. The details and decoration of this model make it a worship and unique item.