JBA Owners Club connect to the
JBAOC logo on the Links page click on Committee and this will display the phone numbers of reps throughout the UK.
Phone the rep in your area and he will be only too willing to help
For Scottish Reps Click on Links
below and E-Mail them
Try to find a local Kit Car club
in your area. A local club is host to a lot of different Kit Car
Manufacturers and there maybe a JBA in their club. They will have
access to local suppliers, for bits and pieces, that we are
unaware of in the JBAOC. Also a lot
of Kit Cars use Ford components.
Visiting on an Open
Have a look at all the owners
cars. See the way each car is
Interior Trim, Dashboard
Layout, Side Windows, Lamp Mountings,
Paint Jobs etc.
Talk to the owners we are only to
pleased to help.
Take a lot of Photos not
just of the beautiful cars and their
But underneath the bonnet of the
brake servo, radiator, steering coupling, brake balance
valve, how the engine is set up, the cut outs in the bonnet
tops and side louvers, Also underneath the rear wings see how the
flanges are trimmed.
How the windscreen frame is cut
on the front to follow the scuttle and on the side to follow the
angle of the door.
Door hinges and any owners
modifications to the doors, side windows etc. that you admire.
Photos of the boots in their open position, different light
fitments and the head lamps from front and side especially the all
chrome ones as they are placed further
Take photos inside the factory
JBA sometimes have cars in various stages of construction. Some
of the chassis photos on this site were taken this way.
Ask owners help and JBA staff for advice on
what pictures to take.
When you visit a JBA Open Day for the first
time you will spend your time taking photos of the beautiful
owners cars outside. I don't blame you we have all done the
Once you start building you wished you had
taken photos of these models under construction.
I Have Bought a Second
So you have purchased a JBA
Falcon. Congratulations! A lot of people take this option. for
Simply because they admire the beautiful lines of the car.
They are maybe to busy to
allocate the time needed to build one. My first tip here is to
join the JBA Owners Club where you will meet like minded people,
who will impart a great amount of information to you. As well as
giving you hints and tips about your car.
You probably were not given
the build manual with the car, especially if you bought it from
a garage. Want to find out more about your car. Then E-mail me
with the Chassis number: Registration number and present colour
of your car and I will try and find it's history. These
details will be in your Registration Document from the DVLC.
What do I do Next? I
Have Ordered my Kit from JBA
Join The JBA Owners Club which
costs £16 per annum. This will enable you to get discount from
a number of Suppliers including JBA.
You can then meet owners
in your area and take photos of various parts of their car.
One of our Scottish members
Dick Scott from Inverness, met the owners on an outing and
took photos to help him with his build, as there were no owners
near him at that time.
Where can I find
all the parts that I need?
On The Suppliers Page. Just
click on the Link below.