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Old 14th July 2009, 10:21   #61
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For further help in restoration & also for getting service manula in PDF format, you must visit JAWA & yezdi Club, India - Home
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Old 16th July 2009, 11:06   #62
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I brought this bike for 8,500/-from a scrap merchant, he kept this bike aside as it was intact and was in running condition. Sad thing is that these beauties are dismantled and used (frame & the fork assembly) to make mobile caravans as they are tough and durable. I have spent more than 30k in all to get this look .
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Old 16th July 2009, 15:45   #63
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Here is my JAWA after complete restoration. Luckly I have got the petrol tank lid which was the last required on this bike .
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Here is my JAWA after complete restoration. Luckly I have got the petrol tank lid which was the last required on this bike .
You have a beautiful jawa! and that's quite a sum you've spent on restoring it! I'm actually in the process of picking one up for restoration myself.
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Some superb rare specimens made an appearance at this Yezdi/Jawa meet.

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Awesome pics man.....it is really nice to see a 70 Jawa in fully restored condition
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Old 29th July 2009, 12:32   #67
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This legendary beauty, belonged to my friend.. was sold to a guy from Goa 2 weeks back.
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Old 30th July 2009, 13:43   #68
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Oh!! yet another beauty lost....Well done bike. I liked the paint and chrome job. I see the spokes on this bike is more than any other Jawa/Yezdi, can someone tell me is it manufacturer's specification or a modification. I was told this model (triangular tank rubber) has been sold for one year only, I'm not sure.
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Here is my Jawa flaunting along with other beauties, at chowmohalla palace, on the Independence day event. enjoy folks!!
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Caught up with a recently done up Jawa. Here are the pictures.

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Only if I could get a Type 354, just at least the engine, I would be the happiest person.
boeuff, trammway, gendarmee, chanu you guys each, have great looking jawas. Keep it up.
@TuffRyder What exactly is type 354. are there many different types. Is it possible to get some info on the differences?
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Does anyone on this thread have workshop manual for 1949 Jawa Perak ??
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Does anyone on this thread have workshop manual for 1949 Jawa Perak ??
A friend recently sent me a parts catalogue for a 1952 Perak, I could gladly send you a copy for the same. Atleast I can repay the favour for the Amby manual you sent me
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Thanks deutscheafrikar for your comment.

Yes lovely jawas' what is disturbing is that we have lost most of the speacilist during these years I meant tinkers/denters, mechanics as these vehicle were out of fashion and were sold as scrap.

There was a situation where my bike was not done up as it deserves and I was almost about to sell it that is when i got a right hand and the beauty relived.
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A friend recently sent me a parts catalogue for a 1952 Perak, I could gladly send you a copy for the same. Atleast I can repay the favour for the Amby manual you sent me
Thanks Karl ,

Will get back to you once I am back in Lucknow
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