If you have been around the Mustang performance world for a while then the name JBA should ring a bell. J. Bittle American (JBA) started in 1985 and has made a big impact on the hot rodding world. From their shocking wide-body Dominator Mustang to their top notch dyno facility, JBA is serious about making horsepower. It doesn’t hurt that J. Bittle himself is a walking encyclopedia of performance knowledge as well as a true racer. He regularly races his 1965 Mustang Fastback dragster and 1968 Trans -Am Mustang coupe.
Every month JBA Speed Shop headquarters in San Diego, California has a Coffee & Cars event that draws a big crowd. And while most events of this type usually condone showing off, at JBA they make it part of the show! So check out this awesome compilation of burnouts and make sure to swing by the shop if you are ever in San Diego.
The late model orange Challenger has our vote for “Best John Force Impersonation” while the harlequin Chevy pickup picks up the “Peg Leg Pete” award.