Lot 2005


1967 Cotton 250cc Trials
Reg. no. Not Registered
Frame no. 16787
Engine no. Unknown
The Cotton name goes back to the 1920s where F.W. Cotton designed a triangulated frame which gave superb road holding. His machines were sold with a wide range of four-stroke engines, manufactured by JAP, Blackburn and Python and also two-stroke engines manufactured by Villiers. After WW2 only two-stroke engines were available, manufactured by Minarelli, DMW and Villiers, which were sold as road bikes and also trials and scrambles versions. This Cotton has the 250cc Villiers engine and is in trials spec. It is said to have had very little use single it was purchased in 2016, and we are told by the vendor that the bike is in good all round condition.

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£1,700 - 1,900

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