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Moke


Mini Moke

SUMMARY
The Moke was the army workhorse reject that BMC eventually put into production for the public. It wasn't a great seller and was mainly exported, but it did find use in the Australian Army and also was the secret star of The Prisoner.

PRODUCTION
Production dates 1964-1968
Price at launch £405
Total Production 14,518 (5422 Austin, 9096 Morris) - 1467 sold in UK
Chassis starting numbers A/AB1 513101 (Austin), M/AB1 604305 (Morris)




TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Engine 848cc four-cylinder OHV, single SU carb
Engine designation -
Bore/stroke 62.94x68.26mm
Compression ratio 8.3:1


Power output 34bhp @ 5500rpm
Torque 44lb.ft @ 2900rpm


Transmission Four-speed manual
Final drive 3.44
Brakes Drums all-round
Suspension Rubber cone
Wheels 3.5x10 pressed steel
Wheelbase 79.9-inches
Length 120-inches
Width 51.5-inches
Height 56-inches
Tyres Dunlop 5.20x10 C41 cross-ply
Colours


PERFORMANCE
Maximum Speed 65mph
0-60mph 21.8secs
Average fuel consumption 33mpg










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