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The JZR. (My thanks to Evelyn Lofty for allowing me to use this image and data from the JZR Pilots Association web site)

The JZR. (My thanks to Evelyn Lofty for allowing me to use this image and data from the JZR Pilots Association web site)

JZR

Description

Established in the late 1980’s the JZR was an idea conceived by John Ziemba Restorations (JZR), Lancashire.(UK)  Having an avid interest in the Morgan 3-wheeler, J. Ziemba created a kit form for a Morgan replica. The car’s rear wheel is powered by various engines including the Honda CX, Moto Guzzi, Honda Pan European  and can also be used with an Harley Davidson engine. The JZR has a steel body and chassis, with fibreglass bonnet and rear section.  As with most kit based vehicles each JZR is unique to its owner’s taste whilst all vehicles have an aluminium body with many featuring either a machined alloy or walnut dashboard and leather trim. Approximately 320 JZR’s were produced up until 1988 when JZR temporarily ceased production before starting up again in 2000..

Detailed Information
Detailed Description

Established in the late 1980’s the JZR was an idea conceived by John Ziemba Restorations (JZR), Lancashire.(UK)  Having an avid interest in the Morgan 3-wheeler, J. Ziemba created a kit form for a Morgan replica. The car’s rear wheel is powered by various engines including the Honda CX, Moto Guzzi, Honda Pan European  and can also be used with an Harley Davidson engine. The JZR has a steel body and chassis, with fibreglass bonnet and rear section.  As with most kit based vehicles each JZR is unique to its owner’s taste whilst all vehicles have an aluminium body with many featuring either a machined alloy or walnut dashboard and leather trim. Approximately 320 JZR’s were produced up until 1988 when JZR temporarily ceased production before starting up again in 2000..

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Additional Information

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