Spring 1991 saw the arrival of the Martina. This new model was predominantly aimed at the kit car market and utilised the running gear and major components from the Ford Cortina MK 4 and 5.
Powered by a Pinto engine, and using the complete sub frame from the Cortina, the Martina used more parts from the single donor vehicle than previous component-built Marcos models. This helped reduce the overall cost of the build and again to keep the costs down, the Martina was offered in pigmented gel coat which was a much cheaper option than paint.
Both Spyder and Coupe versions were available, 80 cars were made between 1991 and 1994 at Westbury.