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 and 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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