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1977 JAWA 350 (Type 634)

Czechoslovakia had a prosperous motorcycle industry. Te most well-known brand was JAWA, which began from the production of the first Jawa model, produced under the Wanderer licence since 1929. It was equipped with a four-stroke 500 cm3 engine and it was rather complicated, expensive and was not in demand.
This model (Type 634) was built in 1977 and was completely restored in 1992.

JAWA is a motorcycle manufacturer founded in Prague, Czechoslovakia in 1929 by František Janeček, who bought the motorcycle division of Wanderer. The name JAWA was established by concatenating the first letters of Janeček and Wanderer. In the past, especially in the 1950s, JAWA was one of the top motorcycle manufacturers and exported its 350 (Pérák) into over 120 countries. Another famous model in the 1970s was the 350 Californian. It appeared in the typical black and red coloring from Californian beaches to New Zealand. After 1990, there was a significant loss of production. A successor company was formed in 1997 in Týnec nad Sázavou, continuing the name as JAWA Moto.
This model (Typ 634) was made in 1977 and was completely restored in 1992.


Manufacturer - Jawa
Year - 1977
Motor - 2-cylinder, air-cooled
Volume - 352 cm3
Power - 26 hp at 5250 rev / min
Transmission - 4-speed, Kickstarter


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