This 'Little Wheeler', a 1967 Moke, was purchased unseen by Dave Margison from Branco Juric in Mossman 50 kms north of Cairns in Queensland.
The Moke was amongst the first to be assembled in Zetland N.S.W. Australia from parts
shipped in from England and much of it is still original. You can see that some of the seat covering
hasn't been changed during the 45 years since it left the showroom. Also of note
is the on-dashboard ignition switch and M.P.H. speedo which has 4407 miles on the clock.
This Moke's rareness can be illustrated by the Moke Muster of 2006 at
Shepparton where out of a total of over 150 participating in the muster only 7 were
'Little Wheelers'. 'Little Wheeler' is of course a reference to the 10 inch wheels which
are standard with English Mokes and we all know the far more practical 13 inch wheels are standard
for Australian Mokes. Hesitation was unnecessary in coming up with a name for this Moke - "Glish".