1967 Greeves MX4

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In 1967, Greeves was still a contender in the Motocross scene.  Although crude in many ways and facing ever increasing pressure by the Huskys and C-Z’s of the period, Bert Greeves still sold a ton of motorcycles in America.  It was the only motorcycle with a cast aluminum mainframe at the time, and one of two with the unusual “Earles” front end.  The other being DKW/Sachs.  Sadly, by 1968, Greeves would begin to see its share of the market begin to dwindle and by 1973 its sales numbers were almost nil.  This Greeves is a single cylinder twin port design much like the CZ’s of the period.  It was restored by Bill West with final “tweaking” by Kelly Owen.

MAKE / MODEL:  GREEVES MX4

YEAR:  1967            ENGINE DISPLACEMENT:  360 CC

COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE    ENGLAND

ORIGINAL PURCHASE PRICE NEW   $1,200.00

THIS BIKE IS:

_    NEW, NEVER BEEN STARTED
_    ORIGINAL UNRESTORED
_    CURRENTLY UNDER RESTORATION
X    FULLY RESTORED

RESTORATION WORK PERFORMED BY: BILL WEST/KELLY OWEN
OWNER: KELLY OWEN