This website is under construction and will be dedicated to the earliest Marcos Cars.
If you want to add any pictures or information, I would love to hear from you
Please note that no guarantee can be given on the correctness of the information on this website. All information is based on recollections from owners, drivers and other people involved and off course more than 50 years have passed since these cars were built and first driven in anger. If you feel certain information is incorrect, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Given I have received lots of pictures from various people, it is sometimes impossible to trace their origin or the photographer. If you feel your copyright is infringed or in case you would like to be credited for pictures appearing on the website, please let me know
Tags: Marcos cars, classic cars, british sports cars, english sports cars, specialist sports cars, Jem Marsh, Frank Costin
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Maarten, Excellent you can count on my full support, John
Maarten, that was an good idea, let´s make it a growing thing
Maarten, here to help if ever I can, excellent idea.
Dear Maarten: BRAVISSIMO!!!!
Great job, this is a great action to improve the history of this great british marque.
I think that thank by your website it will be more easy to understand the job of Marsh & Costin.
For Sure I’ll help you.
Fantastic, very well done. Finally the Historic Marcos Register is on-line after all these years. I will support this web-site as much as I can. You will receive material from me continuously from now on.
Keep up the good work!
Maarten…this is really brilliant.. thank you. You know you are welcome to call anytime and if I can help at all I will.
It seems a long time since your visits to Poulton Lodge!
Best wishes Lyn Marsh
Well done Maarten,I have been looking for this for years………..so good to see info on Frank’s early work.
thanks to people like you, the early cars are getting the exposure, documented history and recognition they deserve. Eventually I will be able to help you update the DFF529 page but in the meantime well done for your work so far.