Motor Inspection Cars on the Port Lincoln Division

The following is a listing of all Motor Inspection Cars known to have worked on the Port Lincoln Division or which have been recorded as being Port Lincoln vehicles. Any additions, changes or corrections would be most welcome - please email me with details.

Number Description Notes
"H" 8 H.P. De Dion single cylinder engine, 5 passengers, acetylene lighting. May have been renumbered MIC 108. In use at Port Lincoln circa 1920. To Naracoorte by 1927, condemned 7 May 1935.
"M" Probably same as "H". In use at Port Lincoln circa 1920. Gone by 1927.
DN5 /
113
Dort, 19 H.P. 4 cylinder engine, 5 passengers plus luggage. Built 1923 as DN5, renumbered 113 5 Nov 1928. Records show Port Lincoln Division.
DN6 /
114
Dort, 19 H.P. 4 cylinder engine, 5 passengers plus luggage. Built 1923 as DN6, renumbered 114 in Nov 1928. Records show Port Lincoln Division.
121 Morris Sedan. Converted by Islington Workshops 1937, 20 H.P. 6 cylinder engine, 5 passengers. New to Port Lincoln 2 Sep 1937. Out of use by 1960. Condemned c.1962.
126 Morris Sedan, Series 3. Converted by Islington Workshops 1939, 25 HP engine. To Port Lincoln by 1958, left there 1961. Now at Pichi Richi.
127 Morris Sedan, Series 3. Converted by Islington Workshops 1939, 25 HP engine. To Port Lincoln 1960, left there 1966. Now at Steamtown Peterborough.
128 Morris Sedan, Series 3. Converted by Islington Workshops 1939, 25 HP engine. Record card shows issued to Port Lincoln, but may not have run there. Condemned by 1962.
130 Wolseley Sedan. Converted by Islington Workshops. To Port Lincoln late 1961 or early 1962. Wrecked in derailment between Cummins and Uranno 17 Dec 1962.
MIC-6 Toyota Landcruiser FJ45V. Converted by Islington Workshops. New to Port Lincoln 28 Apr 1966. Condemned 10 Oct 1979.
MIC-9 Toyota Landcruiser FJ45V. Converted for Commonwealth Railways by Islington Workshops, 1969, as CR MIC-7. To Port Lincoln 30 Oct 1979, renumbered as MIC-9. Condemned 21 Mar 1985.
  Mini Moke. At least one in use on Eyre Peninsula in 1981.