This Moke's No Ass 1963

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    Item title reads - This moke's no ass.

    Birmingham, West Midlands.

    M/S men looking at the forward engine of the Moke. They walk to the back of the car to look at the rear engine. Various shots as they look at the engines. Various shots as they walk round and try the gear levers. M/S as designer Alec Issigonis gets into the car. C/U of the snow plough attachment on the front. C/U Issigonis as he pulls away with Jack Daniels. M/S's car travelling through heavy snow throwing it up in sprays. M/S's as car goes past camera throwing snow up into lens. M/S car going away from camera. Various shots as the car speeds along throwing snow up into the air.

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    British Pathé
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    01:42:45:00 / 01:43:53:00
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  • This film features the experimental "Twini Moke", the twin-engined version of the famous Mini Moke.

    The location of filming is the BMC plant at Longbridge.

    As well as Alec Issigonis, also seen in the car is Jack Daniels, the draughtsman and engineer who helped make Issigonis's vehicle designs a reality.

    jamied 2nd May 2012
  • Thanks.

    British Pathé 23rd May 2012

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