I've been there, done that. Rode such bikes before... Having never in my life spent big bucks on wheels, never in my life had awesomely reliable or maintenenace free bikes. But That Jawa... Somehow stands out. Once I traded a zombi KZ650 for some cash and a Jawa 350 634. We called it 'the older engine' as the 'other' 350 Jawa was the Twin Sport, the 'new engine' ... Hell, on that old two smoker I rode and rode and rode, with most of the time repaired repaired repaired between the riding bits. But the thing is, that I loved the old bugger. After I rode it to the ground, (1.5mm play of the piston rod??) and found myself abroad, with expiring documents and very expensive (but very much unavoidable) machine shops, I passed on that bike. I still have the engine. The rest got sold bits and pieces. Later I've returned to the 'east block' so access to Jawas was again easy. So bought a 638 Twin Sport, one with the 'new' engine. Did not like it. Replaced soon with a 632 engine forked out of a titleless CZ frame. That was good. Sold that bike, but now the time has came... I've developed a taste for light, underpowered and overly simple bikes. Not neccesseraly the most reliable, but Jawa, CZ is just my kinda thing. Soooo, here we come! For some time now I've been fighting for the life of a Honda CM. Not terribly bad, but somehow does not get into shape. Few days ago managed to strip the spark plug thread and that was it. The last drop. Sat, browsed, found, called, driven, signed. So here we are.