This web site is mainly dedicated to the Marcos Xylon GT chassis #1003 G128 race car and the history of Marcos Cars, this small but glorious British car manufacturer.
The contents published such as photographs, articles, documents, reports and other media come from my private collection, and are protected by copyright law and international copyright treaties.
I have received lots of information and pictures from various people, so  it's  impossible, sometimes, to trace their origin or the photographer.
If you feel your copyright is infringed or in case you would like to be credited for pictures appearing on the website, please let me know.
Note that no guarantee can be given on the correctness of the information on this website. All information is based on recollections from internet, books, magazines, owners, drivers and other people.
If you feel certain information is incorrect, please do not hesitate to contact me.

If you want to add any pictures or information, I would love to hear from you. Kindest regards.

Matteo - matteo@marcosxylon.com

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Jackie has lived in his 140 acre property with his wife Helen since 1996 and it’s the old game farm of the Prime Minister’s country retreat Chequers

Last update 07/04/2024

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"As the first person to order a Marcos in September 1959 I suppose I am qualified to review the website established by Matteo Panini as the current owner of the Ex Jackie Stewart Marcos registered G 128.

This was the 3 rd car built and was originally purchased by Barry Filler who sponsored Jackie Stewart to race it.
This is a comprehensive site which covers the history of G 128 in considerable detail, but it does much more than that because it also fills in a great deal of the interesting background to the Marcos story from the very earliest days.
It is a great credit to Matteo Panini as a very well researched historical document and one which I refer to regularly."


John Sutton

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