JMB Motors Ltd.
GH Jones, RW Mason and CS Barrow founded the company in Ringwood in 1933 and began producing automobiles. The brand name was JMB . 1935 ended production. Overall, a little less than 100 vehicles were sold.
The offer included three-wheelers similar to BSA's three-wheelers . A single cylinder engine of JAP with 497 cc displacement was mounted behind the seats, driving via a chain, the single rear wheel. In the standard model Gazelle it was a motor with side valves and in the sports model Mustang to a motor with OHV valve control and had a top speed of 65 mph. The prices were £75.50 and £91.35 for the sports model.
1935 was a prototype of a four-wheeled vehicle, but did not go into series production. A two-stroke engine from Villiers Ltd with 350 cc displacement propelled the vehicle.