Oddball Wednesday - Marshall Minibus

A rare Marshall Minibus seen with London General (John Law)
Continuing the Marshall theme, this week's Oddball Wednesday takes a look at the rare Marshall Minibus - which bared really no relevance to what is typically classed to be a minibus.

The Minibus was an integral build produced from 1995. Just fifty of the type were ever built - sixteen of which were delivered to Centrewest and fifteen to London General.

The type was riddled with mechanical issues and were soon dispersed from London to smaller independents. ChesterBus, however, retained there's for considerably longer by rebuilding them with  six-cylinder Cummins ISBe engines.
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1 comments :

  1. Here is the prototype seen at the factory in Cambridge
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/mr-bg/5107999544/in/pool-968531@N23/

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