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Jawa 175cc- 1959

Jawa 175cc- 1959

After the decline of the armaments industry, in 1929 Czech engineer and inventor František Janeček began producing motorcycles. He purchased the German motorcycle company Wanderer from Winklhofer & Jaenicke and named the new company Jawa Motokov, created by merging the names JAneček and WAnderer.

Jawa 600 Minor- 1938

Jawa 600 Minor- 1938

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Jawa 600- 1939

Jawa 600- 1939

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. 

  • Country of Origin: Czechoslovakia
  • Zbrojovka Ing. F. Janecek
Jawa Scooter-2006

Jawa Scooter-2006

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.

Jet Electra Van 600-1981

Jet Electra Van 600-1981

Operating in Austin, Texas, in the late 1970s and early 1980s, Jet Industries was known primarily for the conversion of a variety of vehicles to electric power, which were then marketed under their own name with new model names. 

  • Country of Origin: Japan
  • Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.
Kestrel 4000-1987

Kestrel 4000-1987

When the Kestrel 4000 was introduced, it was the first commercially available bicycle frame completely made of aerodynamic carbon fiber tubing. 

Kestrel 500SCi- 1992

Kestrel 500SCi- 1992

 This bicycle was the first modern seat-tube-less design which demonstrates the structural flexibility offered by composite construction. 

 

King Midget Roadster- 1963

King Midget Roadster- 1963

This tiny microcar, designed and built by airplane pilots Claude Cry and Cale Orcutt, was one of the most successful microcars.

  • Country of Origin: United States
  • Midget Motors Manufacturing
Kleinschnittger F-125- 1956

Kleinschnittger F-125- 1956

Paul Kleinschnittger was a tinkerer who had emigrated to Germany from Russia in the 1930s. His concept for an inexpensive mode of transportation more practical than a motorcycle, yet offering comparable efficiency, was put on hold during the Second World War

Kleinschnittger Replica- 1979

Kleinschnittger Replica- 1979

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KtraK Kit

KtraK Kit

 

The KtraK kit is a replacement rear-drive assembly that turns any mountain bike into an all-terrain vehicle.

KVS Mini 2- 1974

KVS Mini 2- 1974

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L'Eclair- 1930

L'Eclair- 1930

Built by Jean Legeay of Gennes, France, the L’Éclair is a home-built propeller-driven car.

Lamborghini Urraco P300- 1976

Lamborghini Urraco P300- 1976

Ferruccio Lamborghini was a manufacturer of air conditioning and tractors. Legend tells he bought a Ferrari but was not satisfied with it. When his complaints were dismissed, he vowed to make a better car.

Lancia Appia-1960

Lancia Appia-1960

Lancia’s Ardea model was replaced by the Appia in 1953, which remained in production for ten years. Produced in three Series during its run, improvements along the way included a larger trunk, larger rear glass, longer wheelbase, more power, and a larger bench seat.

Lancia Aprilia- 1945

Lancia Aprilia- 1945

Vincenzo Lancia was the youngest child of a wealthy Turin soup manufacturer. As a young man, he was a chief inspector and test driver for F.I.A.T. as well as a successful racer. 

  • Country of Origin: Italy
  • Fabbrica Automobili Lancia & Cia
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