Designed by Mini creator Alec Issigonis and originally meant to be dropped from a plane for parachute landing, the Moke is one of the more curious off roaders ever built. It was made by Mini from 1964-1991, when the rights were sold to Italian firm Cagiva, which made them for two more years. As a result, the 1993 Cagiva Moke you see here was one of the last ever made, and is amazingly well preserved. With under 1,200 miles on the odometer, it still has its original body with white paint and white leather seats, teak running boards, wooden steering wheel, four-speed transmission, and 998 cc, 39 hp four-cylinder engine. A true cult classic that's sure to turn heads wherever you drive it.