Please note that the cars shown in this database are part of our collection but may not be on display when you visit.
Based mechanically and aerodynamically on the racing D-Type, the E-type was originally conceived as a race car, but with the changes in Jaguar’s attitudes on racing during development, it became a street car.
This car was designed to transport two people around a large company. The Jarret was shown at the 1968 Paris Motor Show, and received a lot of interest. It has a top speed of 18 mph.
The Jawa 175 was introduced in 1932, and was an instant success. Its light weight and powerful handling made it an excellent choice for transportation.
In 1929, the manufacturing branch of František Janeek of Prague decided to begin production of motorcycles.
After the first World War, Czech arms manufacturer Franisek Janecek made a business decision to produce motorcycles. He designed the bodies and used Wanderer engines.
Frantisek Janecek opened a mechanical shop in Prague that made armaments for European armies. After WWI that business declined and he decided to diversify by building motorcycles in 1929.
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