ZZR/Romet Jaguar
ZZR/Romet Jaguar
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Model: Jaguar
Brand: ZZR/Romet
Category: Road Sport
Years: Early 1970's - Early 1980's
Country: Poland
Production: Factory Production
Sold As: Complete Bicycle
Material: Steel
Construction: Lugged
Drivetrain: Derailleurs
Wheel Size: 27"
Added By: h/k on 08/10/10
Updated By: h/k on 03/05/11
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Model General Information
Presented frame was later type of Jaguar marked under Romet brand, type with at least seat tube made from Reynolds 531 steel. General differences between this and earlier frames from ZZR is decal instead of aluminium headbadge, which was mounted on two rivets. These first can be recognized from lack of traces on head tube. Usually these newer frames didn't have any chromes on stays or lugs either, but previous versions sometimes too.
Some versions of Jaguar frames had all or probably some Reynolds 531 tubes, but it depended on numer of availability of these tubes in the stock. Normally both Jaguar and Huragan frames had another, cheaper CrMo steel tubes.
Primary Example:ZZR/Romet Jaguar
Years:N/ASold As:Unknown
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Brand Information(click to expand)
 Founded by the nationalization of bicycle production by the communist Polish government in 1948.  Was reorganized as a public limited company in 1991, however declared bankruptcy a few years later in 1998.
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