1970 Marcos

1600 GT

--Gulf Oil Livery over Black Leather Interior with Black Carpeting, 3 Liter Ford V6 Engine, 4-Speed Manual Transmission, Steel Chassis Vehicle, Restored Example.

A partnership between Jem Marsh (a racing driver) and Frank Costin (a well-known aircraft engineer who had also worked with Lotus Engineering), combining their names became the beginning of Marcos Engineering Ltd. Marcos produced both sports and racing cars. Their innovative Wood and Fiberglass Bonded Chassis beneath the model's fiberglass skin represented an advanced thinking and approach towards monocoque chassis construction. Soon after the development of the 1500, Marcos developed a tubular steel chassis for the six cylinder models, This is what we are proud to offer here.

According to the Marcos International Car Club, 250 of the 1600 GT's we're 3 Liter Ford V6 engines vehicles with the steel chassis. These vehicles we're produced between the years of 1969 to 1971.

It appears this 1600GT has been well cared for, serviced and sympathetically restored when and where needed.

Having road tested this 1600GT, we can advise, it is a superb and healthy sportscar with ample power, smooth gearbox and excellent chassis. It is happy on country toads as well as on the highway, but we must say, the curves are more fun!

This is a chance to own a superb example of an extremely rare British sports car. This Marcos 1600 GT is a welcomed addition to an enthusiast's home or collection.

Price: $84,500