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MAD STEVE

Mini Moke Line Drawings

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Afternoon Everyone :bye:

 

Does anyone know of a source for 1/24th scale Mini M o k e drawings, or maybe has a set that they wouldn't mind sharing :) 

 

Many thanks

 

Steve 

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Ok, cannot for the like of me figure this out, but I type M o k e  and Mike comes out :) 

 

(obviously It will work now and I will continue my proud run of looking like a complete prat :) ) 

 

Edit - what the hell, is M O K E a swear word now? 

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:) I do have that already thanks TGA. Looking more for a front, back & sides view with dimensions for scratchbuilding 

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:) Yep, Have those too, thanks :) 

 

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Oh yeah

A Mike as a kit would be great to get.

Good drawings may help for scratchbuilding, though everthing except the front grill Panel are square panels.

Years ago I was luckily be able to ride several Mokes during summertimes,it

was great fun each mile...

Meanwhile there are also some Monster Mokes with Honda V-tec engines on the road, I read in Mini magazines a while ago. A Mike could start a never ending story on this forum...let's pray for a solution

Cheers

Marco F.

 

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Something for you guys to get excited about, coming soon to a well known website near me. This will be a 1/24 full resin kit, hopefully at the Milton Keynes show end of April.

 

moke-bits.jpg

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25 minutes ago, bhouse said:

This business of m o k e turning into Mike is odd.

Any ideas, @Mike ?

Yeah - it was some muppet trying to misspell my name some years back.  I'd like to blame @Martian Hale, but I couldn't say for certain :hmmm: He might have a better memory than me though :)

 

EDIT: I've switched it off now, so hopefully you won't have to type m o k e anymore :shrug:

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1 hour ago, Mike said:

Yeah - it was some muppet trying to misspell my name some years back.  I'd like to blame @Martian Hale, but I couldn't say for certain :hmmm: He might have a better memory than me though :)

 

EDIT: I've switched it off now, so hopefully you won't have to type m o k e anymore :shrug:

I may have made a slight typo Moke. :oops:

 

Martian 👽

Spoiler

 

 

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1 hour ago, Martian Hale said:
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Well that was a waste of a spoiler tag! :ninja:

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1 hour ago, Mike said:

Well that was a waste of a spoiler tag! :ninja:

 

I was quite disappointed by the let down and demand a refund!

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13 minutes ago, Rob G said:

 

I was quite disappointed by the let down and demand a refund!

Martian will surely let you have your zero pence at the next show. :hmmm:

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14 hours ago, Mike said:

Martian will surely let you have your zero pence at the next show. :hmmm:

Cheque for said amount is already on it's way.

 

Martian 👽

 

PS: See what happens when you entice me out of my usual haunts!

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16 hours ago, Mike said:

Well that was a waste of a spoiler tag! :ninja:

Sorry, tentacle trouble there.

 

Technically Challenged of Mars 👽

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Moke stuff! Great!

 

I love them. My  recent Moke project was restoring a 1960’s Dinky Toys approx 1/43rd Mini Moke. I have another one to do. I’m looking for 1/43rd figure that I can turn into the ‘Prisoner’ and two for female drivers for the Taxis. Then I would like to make a small a diorama set in an unusual Welsh village 😊.

 

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All related to taxis in the TV series ‘The Prisoner’, one of my favourite TV series of all time. 

 

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I look forward to any WIP’s and forthcoming models, please keep us updated 👍.

 

I’m happy to post pictures of the stripped down model from various angles with measurements if this would help anyone?

 

Meanwhile; yes, as mentioned regarding ‘Super Mokes’; over here in Australia Mokes were built with bigger engines. Also in some cases with bigger wheels that didn’t quite fit perfectly under the traditional wing :doh:!

 

Theyre all quite valuable now. I’m probably a bit too rotund to drive and fully enjoy one now, but I would love to try!

 

Meanwhile, someone has restored one of the 1:1 versions. Lucky person!

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/classic/mini-moke-prisoner-restored-50-years-starring-tv-series/

 

Good luck with your scratch build 👍 

Best regards

TonyT

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1 hour ago, TonyTiger66 said:

1/43rd Mini Moke.

 

The best sort. No faffing around with that (admittedly quite clever) abomination of an engine/gearbox. And there's absolutely no chance that you'll ever have an accident in it!

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Many years ago when I was into Minis there was a twin engined Moke at one of the shows. Everybody was just asking Why?

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Morning Chaps :) 

Why scratch build when those awwwfully nice chaps at MBdesignart are going to make a kit of a Moke :) 

It just wouldn't be cricket would it....

 

:) 

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The Moke was also built in Spain There could be a source of information there?

 

21 hours ago, SleeperService said:

Everybody was just asking Why?

I believe it was a 4WD version for Army evaluation.

 

Actually I'm surprised that no one has said, oh yes, Airfix magazine May 1974 or something similar.

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