Superb Mini Moke ‘25’ 1992 4 seats 7650 Km since new, limited edition of 250.
The Mini Moke is a small convertible pickup based on the Mini, originally manufactured by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) group.
14 518 Mini Moke were produced from 1964 to 1968 at the BMC Longbridge plant in Birmingham, England, 26 142 were produced in Australia from 1966 to 1982, and 10,000 were produced in Portugal from 1980 to 1993.
In 1990, production was carried out by the Italian manufacturer Cagiva, which acquired the Portuguese BMC factory.
The Moke was born following the British army’s request to have a parachute light military vehicle, just like the famous American Jeep of the Second World War. But the small wheels and low ground clearance made it impossible for the army to use it off-road.
In 1970 the name “Mini” disappeared and the car was named “Moke”.
It was equipped with several engines ranging from 850 cm3 to 1000 cm3 and even in 2011 it was equipped with an electric version.
This four-seater model is serial number TW7XKFP328S980797(01) was delivered in 1992 to Belgium and has never been restored or repainted.
This model is one of the very last built and its low mileage of 7650 shows how cherished and pampered it has been.
Is nice look and ease of use will give you complete satisfaction when you go for a ride by the sea and in the city.
It will be delivered after a mechanical inspection with its European tittle.
This friendly Moke is a real icon, a symbol of freedom, a symbol on the French Riviera. We are obviously thinking of Saint Tropez.