In the late 1960ís the C.F. Struck Corporation came up with a unique new lawn-garden-recreation tractor called the Mini-Beep. It was patterned after the design of the utility vehicle made famous during World War II, the military Jeep. Struck offered this vehicle in five versions over the years:
- MB-700 - 4 WHEEL DRIVE, MANUAL START
- MB-710 - 2 WHEEL DRIVE, MANUAL START
- MB-750 - 4 WHEEL DRIVE, ELECTRIC START AND LIGHTS
- MB-760 - 2 WHEEL DRIVE, ELECTRIC START AND LIGHTS
- MB-1600 - 2 WHEEL DRIVE VERSION BASED ON THE TURF RIDER CHASSIS
Front mounted attachments included a mower deck and dozer blade. Rear attachments were limited to the pull behind type such as trailers, rollers, etc. The Mini-Beep was also at home on the golf course as it functioned as a golf cart or in the woods at a camp site or hauling out the deer carcass for the hunter. Its 4 WD option and small gave this little utility vehicle the ability to transverse terrain that would be difficult for other vehicles. It was produced until the mid to late 1970ís.