Our Collection
     
 

Mini Moke (1968)

The first Mokes were built at BMC's Longbridge, Birmingham plant. They gained notoriety in the TV show 'The Prisoner' and were often a lifestyle choice in a host of period TV programmes shows and films since. It seems every James Bond film had a jumpsuited baddie behind the wheel, and Roger Moore famously drove one in 'Live and Let Die'.

 
Registration no:YLR924G
Chassis no:MAB1/118629A
Engine no:10H791AA214482
Engine:1100cc
0-60 mph:0
Top Speed:0
MPG:0
Passenger Seats:4


CLASSIC CAR & MOTORCYCLE STORAGE

 

Our unique bespoke building in Potters Bar has been specially designed for the storage of classic cars. Extensive specialist More...

WEDDING CAR HIRE

 

With the delicacy that is required to fulfil the most romantic of days in your life, we like to believe we can give the most More...

PROP ACTION VEHICLE

 
We supply prop and action vehicles for movies, TV and photographic assignments from our collection of over 200 vintage, classic and current era cars and motorcycles. We transport to any location and also have on site a photographic studio with infinity cove, back up offices, car parking, make More...