Oldtimers picture gallery. Motorcycles. Jawa-Ogar 350.
Jawa-Ogar 350, Jawa 350 Typ 12, Typ 18
Years of production: 1947-1950-1953 (from 1950 Typ 18 replaced Typ 12; Ogar badged in 1947 - 1949)
Overall production: ? units
Engine: 13,6hp/4600rpm, 2-cyl 2-stroke, 343,5cc (Typ 12 (1949-1950) - 14,5hp/4000rpm)
Bore/Stroke: 58/65 mm
Compression ratio: 6,5:1
Length: 2000mm, Width 700mm, Height 950mm.
Frame: quadrangular tube.
Telescope shock absorbers on both wheels - Plunger type
Battery ignition 6V
Gearbox: 4 speed, foot-controlled, in one block with engine
Multiplate cork-lined clutch (oil bath) operating both hand and automatic
Weight: 120kg (no fuel) 132kg with fuel
Tyres: 3x19, 3,25x19 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 13 Lt.
Fuel consumption: 3,25 Lt at average 50km/h
Carrying capacity: 160kg
Maximal speed: 115 km/h
Gazoline/oil ratio: 25:1
This model production was organized at former Ogar motorcycle plant in Prague-Strasnice.
The motorcycle on the picture was restored by Milan Gregr from Pezinok, Czechoslovakia. There wasn't yet Jawa label on the tank in 1948. It appeared in 1949. Original bike also hasn't knee supports on the tank.
The photo is from "Svet Motoru" magazine, Czechoslovakia.
Thanks for help to Mr P. Wittmann, 21 Helm Ct, Mermaid Waters, Queensland 4218, Australia and to
Robert Baumann, Austria, Robert is owner of this March 1953 Jawa 250 (homepage).
You are welcome to write me by E-mail Contact. Andrei Bogomolov.
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Last updated 2 V 2001.