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Mini Moke: Quiz


Question 1: In a further attempt to make something for the army, a few ________ Mokes were made by the addition of a second engine and transmission at the back of the vehicle with linked clutches and gear shifters.
Four-wheel driveStation wagonVolkswagenNorth American International Auto Show

Question 2: [11] The 'Mk I' Mokes had a single ________ and a floor-mounted headlight dip switch, and the only colour available was "Spruce Green".
Windscreen wiperAutomobileAirbagAutomotive lighting

Question 3: The initial design was a prototype for a light military vehicle in the style of the American Jeep, but its small wheels and low ground clearance made it impractical as an ________.
Off-road vehicleOff-roadingFour-wheel driveRally raid

Question 4: These prototypes were shown to the ________ as a parachute-droppable vehicle, but poor ground clearance and a low-powered engine did not meet the most basic requirements for an off-road vehicle.
Royal Military PoliceBritish Armed ForcesTerritorial Army (United Kingdom)British Army

Question 5: In 1990, British Leyland (by then called Rover Group) sold the 'Moke' name to Cagiva - a motorcycle manufacturer in ________, Italy.

Question 6: Only the ________ showed any interest at all in the Buckboard—as a vehicle for use on the decks of aircraft carriers.
HMS Ark Royal (R07)HMS Illustrious (R06)HMS Ocean (L12)Royal Navy

Question 7: The Moke finally achieved success as a beach buggy—becoming a popular 'cult' vehicle in the Seychelles, ________, the United States and many tropical resorts in the Caribbean.
CanadaBarbadosUnited KingdomAustralia

Question 8: [2] The name comes from "Mini"—the car with which the Moke shares many parts—and "Moke", which is an archaic dialect term for ________.
DonkeyEquus (genus)MuleOnager

Question 9: This was an attempt to take a portion of the military vehicle business from ________.
British LeylandLand RoverMG Rover GroupMini

Question 10: 14,500 Mokes were produced in the UK between 1964 and 1968, 26,000 in ________ between 1966 and 1981, and 10,000 in Portugal between 1980 and 1993 when production of the Moke ended.


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