JBS (J. Bagshaw & Sons)
They were small light cars.1913 came out an 8 hp model with V2 engine from JAP , which had a displacement of 964 cc. The wheelbase of the 3137 mm long, two-seat Roadster was 2286 mm. His weight was 394 kg.
1915 appeared the successor with 10 hp engine in the same chassis. The displacement had grown to 1095 cc, the wheelbase remained the same, but the length increased to 3175 mm and the weight to 483 kg. In the same year, a light vehicle with 1094 cc four-cylinder engine was presented, which was also sold as 10 hp. Its wheelbase was 2438 mm, its length 3302 mm and it weighed 508 kg.
By 1916, the JBS had all disappeared from the market.