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Not quite sure what I've got here but I know it's running a Triumph 1961 5TA motor in a Greeves frame but as for the frame I've no idea. Has anyone got a clue what the frame could be off. The down frame/head stock is a solid aluminium casting.
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Hi Glyn,

What (little) I know of Greeves frames, ally front down'tube' casting is at least regular, if not standard. Anything that looks like a model code in the frame number?

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Managed to find the number on the frame. 61/3203 with a seperate E stamped lower down the casting but still no help as to which model it's from.
 

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Hi Glyn,

:cool: Ime, certainly Google's internet search engine is a wonderful thing ... I entered "greeves frame numbers" into it, the first link it returned was "Identify your Greeves" on the Greeves Riders Association website - specifically a table of Years, Model codes, Names and Types, Engine Capacities and Makers ... and Frame number prefixes. I scrolled down the table watching the data in the "Frame" column, I found "61" almost at the bottom of the table, it appears to equate to a '71 380 Griffon scrambler but you might wish to confirm that on the club's forum, as the text above the table invites readers.

Hth.

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Hi Stuart,
Yes I found the same site earlier but the frame numbers are a bit misleading. Mine definitely seems to have the roadster rear sub- frame that dips down towards the number plate bracket but which roadster is any ones guess. I have been told that 61/3203 refers to the year and how many were made in that year.
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Glyn.
 
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