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1951 JOWETT JAVELIN. The Jowett Javelin was an executive car produced from 1947 to 1953 by Jowett Cars Ltd of Idle, near Bradford in England. The model went.

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Jowett Javelin: what to look for Bodywork See above for trouble spots Engine Provided the wet liners have been correctly seated, the engine has no inherent faults, although, like all flat-fours, it is prone to oil leaks. Look for drips below and make the standard checks for wear - blue smoke, excessive oil breathing, knocking/rattling sounds.

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the motor year book, 1953 british cars of 1952 jowett The Jowett Javelin saloon and associated high-speed two-to-three-seater Jupiter cars (which are the only British production models incorporating torsion bar suspension front and rear, and horizontally opposed four-cylinder engines), are to be continued basically unchanged in the coming year.

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Jowett Javelin (cont.) Better still, the performance from the 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine was better than many had expected, and the car could crack 80mph, given a long enough straight.

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This Jowett Javelin Deluxe was first registered on 9 May 1953 by Russells Garage in Chatham and sold to a Mr Desmond Quinn of Swanley in Kent. Ownership up to May 1970 is unclear but by that time the car had moved to Hampshire with a Mr John Theobald, then in October 1974 a WJ Headon and then May 1976, AB Aldridge.

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26 - 29 April 2024 About Jowetts The Jowett Car Club can supply an extensive range of spare parts to Full members Pre-war In 1901 brothers Benjamin and William with Arthur V Lamb founded Jowett. They started making cycles and then produced V-twin engines for machinery. The first light car was built in 1906 but did not go into production until 1910

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November 30, 2022 Think of revolutionary, post-WW2 cars from Britain, and one small thought immediately comes to mind: the 1959 Mini. Twelve years before this country's most famous car was launched, however, there was another quietly brilliant, rule-bending machine. Like the Mini, that car would win silverware in the Monte Carlo rally.

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09/23/2018 Magazine In This Article Category: Magazine It wasn't your average midlife crisis. Way up north in Yorkshire, near Leeds, the Jowett brothers' company had been making their flat twin-engined cars since 1905, quietly going their own way, far away from the rest of the industry.

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Price new: £944. Manufacturer: Jowett Cars Ltd. On Display. The Javelin was altogether different in conception from any previous Jowett car. It had lightweight rigid unitary chassis-body construction. High gearing and a good aerodynamic shape made for responsive handling, with excellent acceleration and a high cruising speed.

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Manufactured from 1947 to '53, the Jowett Javelin was an advanced car for its time, but it missed its target and led to the demise of its company. In hindsight, we tend to look at such cars and either understand their shortcomings, or scratch our heads as to why no one wanted them.

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Jowett Javelin. Out of the war-ravaged British car industry came a model that could have been a global success. It's tragic that it wasn't, says Brian Sewell. This year, 2006, marks the 60th.

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Classic episode of Top Gear circa 1987.Featuring Rolls Royce and the Jowett Car Comany.

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The Jowett Javelin was an exceptionally brave attempt by a small British car manufacturer to make a splash in the export-or-die post-war drive. It was and technologically advanced for its time, having been designed by Britain's best car engineer you've never heard of - Gerald Palmer.

Jowett Javelin 1st Generation


To ensure success, Jowett teamed up with ERA, one of the top racing teams in the country. A prototype Jowett-ERA car was soon designed and built, using a completely new tubular frame chassis designed by Robert Eberan von Eberhorst, the Javelin's wonderful torsion bar suspension and a tuned version of the flat-4 that produced 62 bhp @ 4500 rpm.

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The Jowett Javelin was an executive car produced from 1947 to 1953 by Jowett Cars Ltd of Idle, near Bradford in England. The model went through five variants coded PA to PE, each having a standard and "de luxe" option. The car was designed by Gerald Palmer during World War II and was intended to be a major leap forward from the relatively staid designs of pre-war Jowetts.