Marshall Bus was a British bus manufacturer between 1992 and 2002. The company's most popular product was the Marshall Capital, which was a single-decker bus body built between 1997 and 2003. It was typically built on the Dennis Dart SLF chassis, but was also used for other chassis types and to re-body older chassis.
In 2002, Marshall went into administration and shortly after closed. Thereafter, MCV Bus & Coach bought the design rights for the Capital body and they continued production for a short while before its successor MCV Stirling was introduced. All proceeds from the sale went to the heir of the initial designer, Andrea Marshall.
- C16/C19 (from Carlyle)
- Dartline (C27, from Duple/Carlyle)
- C29 (from Carlyle)
- C39 Capital
- Marshall Minibus (actually a low-floor midibus)
Another type of Marshall bus, this one an example on a high-floor Dennis Dart chassis.
A 1998 Marshall Capital bodied Dennis Dart SLF with Nu-Venture
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