A year after he had switched his first Fastback for a Diva, Peter Brayshaw must have regretted it. While the 1800 was the newest drive at Marcos, he bought one of the last body chassis units from Marcos.
The bright yellow result probably was the most advanced fastback that hit the track in 1965. It sported independent rear suspension and lightweight alloy wheels from a Marcos 1800. Under the lownose bonnet a 1650 Ford engine could be found.
It’s stunning looks even adorned the front cover of Autosport.