Marcos is a small British car company, founded in Luton in 1959 by Jem Marsh and Frank Costin; which has remained in business until 2007.
In 1965 the Mini Marcos was launched, a variant with a lightened coupé body of the famous Mini car and produced in a limited series until 1970, obtaining considerable successes in the race. The Mini Marcos was the only British car to finish the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans with pilots Jean-Louis Marnat and Claude Ballot-Léna; and has also established four British land speed class records.
Engine Morris 970 S; 999 cc - 100 Hp; carburetors Weber 45 DCOE
Gearbox 4-speed, claw shifted
Roll-bar Sassa with certificate.
Car prepared for some time.
Papers: HTP FIA (GTP - Period F); FIA technical passport
This is car that can participate in the Le Mans Classic
Ready to race.
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