A Little About The History of The
Manufactured by JBA Engineering Ltd..
Production started in 1982 with the
first JBA Falcon named
The JBA Falcon Roadster. A Two seater Sports Car.
Next in 1985 a new model The JBA Javelin.
The Javelin was based on the Ford Capri and was a four seater.
Models produced ranged from 1.6 litres to
a massive 3.0 litres.
Also in 1985 closely following the Javelin was The
JBA Falcon Plus Two.
The Plus 2 was a four seater car and was capable of carrying two children up to the age of
about 8 years old in the rear seats.
Next was a new 2 seater model in
1988. a replacement for the Roadster.
The JBA Falcon Sports.
The Sports is strictly a two
Following on its heels in 1990.
The JBA Falcon Tourer.
This was a replacement for the Plus 2.
The JBA Falcon Sports SR.
First use of Sierra components was on a
new Sports in 1991.
Then the Sierra version of the Tourer
came along in 1994.
The JBA Falcon TSR.
developments have been made to the JBA Falcon over the years and into this
new millennium as technology
advances. All JBA Falcon models are up to date with developments and are all
The JBA Falcon is a Kit Car
manufactured by JBA Engineering Ltd. Unit 56B, Bradley Hall Trading
Estate, Bradley Lane, Standish near Wigan, Greater Manchester. WN6 0XQ. Tel: 01257
424549. Access is from Junction 27 on the M6 motorway.
Stands for Jones Barlow
Ashley. Namely Ken Jones, John Barlow and Dave Ashley. These three chaps were engineers
at British Leyland who left to start their own company to produce the
beautiful Falcon. John Barlow later left the company and moved
on to new pastures.
Dave & Ken are still at the
helm and make four versions of the Falcon. The Sports SR and the Falcon
TSR, both Ford Sierra based. Also The Tourer and The Sports, both
Ford Cortina based.