1998 JBA FALCON Sports
This beautiful sports car has 1930s looks but has relatively modern running gear, so you can enjoy the fun of driving a classic car but at a fraction of the price. The JBA was inspired by the late-1930s Jaguar SS100 and has a strong steel chassis with glass fibre centre section and wings and an aluminium bonnet. It has a Ford Pinto 2000cc overhead cam engine taken from a Cortina Mk 4. The Falcon won Best JBA in show at the National Kit Car Show, Stoneleigh, 2016.
It has spotlamps, badge bar (can provide AA and Veteran driver badge if required), four-stud wire wheels, walnut dash, Moto-Lita steering wheel, full instrumentation, tow hook for light trailer (ie bike trailer or camping trailer), air horns, art deco mascot, lockable glove box and rear secure storage for jack and tools.
The Falcon can be inspected in Northamptonshire, 3 miles from M1 junction 16.
Heres the cars history:
1990: Original builder acquired 1976 Ford Cortina Ghia in running condition.