Just when you think that the Prisoner has thrown up all the surprises it can, there is always one more thing to be discovered. For example, the picture below is of CFC 916C, which was thought to be the only Prisoner Mini Moke to have survived the series. Pictured here at Portmeirion in 1993.
The Mini Moke, still complete with it's original candy striped canopy and the remnants of the canopied Penny Farthing on the bonnet can be seen, although with its two rear seats removed, also minus the interior trim, spare wheel and candy striped wheel cover, together with the missing front seat covers.
It is believed that this Mini Moke was owned by someone involved in the original series production of the Prisoner.
Whilst previous Mini Mokes connected to the series have not been one hundred percent verified to have appeared in the series, there can be no doubt whatsoever of this Mini Mokes provenance, which is proven by the license plate HLT 709C as seen in the next picture.
It is this Mini Moke which featured the Prisoner episode Living In Harmony, driven onto a back lot at MGM Studios, which was used for the American Wild west frontier Town of Harmony, by actor David Bauer as No.2, as seen in the next picture taken from the episode.
Certainly in the past there have been many finds to be linked to the Prisoner, but none so in recent years. HLT 709C, for fans of the Prisoner is certainly the find of the decade. And in itself is proof that there are still finds, linked to the series still out there, waiting to be discovered. Be seeing you