The Shuttleworth Spring Motorcycle Sale 2024 Motorcycles 30 • In 1963, Greeves developed their first road-racing model, the 249cc Greeves Silverstone, powered by a Villiers engine • The following year saw the launch of their own engine using an Albion gearbox. In its inaugural year it won the Manx Grand Prix with rider, Gordon Keith, recording an 87.6mph lap • This example is fitted with a Greeves 249cc engine with an Alpha bottom-end and an Albion 5-speed gearbox • Believed to have been a factory development bike, raced in Europe by Alistair Howarth in period, and was formerly part of the Lord Hesketh Collection • Owned by our vendor for the last two years, recommissioned by him with a full service last year, and presented in running order • Fitted with a race-compliant exhaust and now ready for some classic racing or parades Good looking 249cc Greeves Silverstone, formerly part of the Lord Hesketh Collection. Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000 Registration: UNREGISTERED Frame No: 24 RBS 113 Engine No: GPA2 123 Specialist: Mark Bryan Telephone No: 07958 107974 Lot 744 1964 Greeves Silverstone 249cc • The Cotton Telstar was the first machine to debut the new Villiers Starmaker racing engine • Derek Minter rode the ‘Works’ Cotton Telstar during the 1963 season • This restored example is presented in good overall condition • Restored four years ago and has formed part of a private Collection since • Fitted with the standard 4-speed gearbox • Not run since restoration so may require recommissioning before use • No visible engine number Restored racing Cotton Telstar Villiers Starmaker. Estimate: £4,000 - £4,500 Registration: UNREGISTERED Frame No: Not Seen Engine No: Not Seen Specialist: Mark Bryan Telephone No: 07958 107974 Lot 745 c.1963 Cotton Telstar Mk2 247cc More Details Lot 744 Bid On Lot 744 More Details Lot 745 Bid On Lot 745