Sold for £2,250
(including buyers premium)
Registration No: 812STG
Frame No: 24TES247
Engine No: 522D3260
Motorcyce Location: Nottinghamshire
Greeves Motorcycles was a British motorcycle manufacturer founded by Bert Greeves which produced a range of road machines and later competition mounts for observed trials, scrambles and road racing. The original company produced motorcycles from 1952, funded by a contract with the Ministry of Pensions for their Invacar, a three-wheeler for disabled drivers.
The Greeves Scottish was named in honour of Jack Simpson’s class win in the 1957 Scottish Six Days Trial and for many years it was the clubman rider’s favourite. The bike went through a large number of updates during its eight-year production span but was distinguished by its alloy frame section and leading link forks. This 1963 24 TES model is fitted with a steel barrel 522D Villiers engine and comes with its original buff logbook and a V5C. The bike has not been run for a number of years so will need recommissioning before use.
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