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Yep, I'd buy it in a heart beat. It's a beautiful think!!Paul
You really need some seriously rose tinted glasses to want a road going Jawa.
I couldn't disagree more Dave. I had a 350 with a Velorex chair on it in the very early eighties. It was brilliant. A really outstanding motorbike. I wish I still had it. Truly.Pete
Yea Pete but don't you also own and ride horses, lol,just bored and thought I'd chime in this evening 😀
Here is a link to the Mahindra Jawa.https://www.businesstoday.in/sectors/auto/mahindra-resurrect-iconic-jawa-motorcycles-india-production-july/story/279733.htmlNice basic bike, but certainly not styled to look like the Jawa 2 stroke in the first article.
By chance, earlier today, this photo was posted from a photo enthusiast taken in a small museum in the Czech Republic. The first Jawa of 1929. Note the drive system:
They made a racer too. At the Solvang Motorcycle Museum .......
Horses! God forbid! Glue inthe making! Horrible, dangerous things.
Before the Prague Spring Jawa were contenders. In '67 they campaigned a 500cc V4, it took Honda 20+ years to catch up. After '68 the soviets blocked use of any western parts and punished the factory's decadence by making the race engineers stick a sledgehammer through the race engines. Word has it though that a couple of them were 'Buried' in the factory grounds and have since been exhumed! There are certainly a lot of Jawa GP bikes that were supposed to have been sent to the crusher to show the power of the proletariat that have mysteriously reappeared at classic meetings in Europe.......Pete
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