A Worcestershire dealer has been named as the first to showcase two new £50,000 locally-built sports cars.
David Gerald Sportscars at Inkberrow is to sell the new Marcos TSO GTC and R/T cars which are beginning to roll off the track at the company's factory at nearby Kenilworth.
The cars were unveiled at the Salon Prive, the private luxury and supercar show, in London earlier this week.
David Gerald is one of just four dealers who will sell the new cars and will be taking delivery of demonstrators within the next few weeks.
The TSO GTC and R/T are the first of a new generation of production cars to carry the famous British sports car brand.
They are the result of more than three years of development work and "substantial investment" since Marcos Engineering was revived by Canadian entrepreneur and company chief executive Tony Stelliga.
The 185 miles-an-hour cars are powered by Chevrolet V8 engines and sit on an advanced chassis and suspension system developed by Warwickshire-based Prodrive, one of the world's leading motor sport engineering specialists, whose site is next to the Marcos factory.
Marcos, which has been building high powered sports cars for 47 years, expects to sell a total of about 50 of the new models a year.
The original company was located in Westbury, Wiltshire, and collapsed in 1998. Production was moved to Kenilworth after Mr Stelliga took it over and formed a strategic alliance with Prodrive Established in 1984 and acquired by current owners Doug Ellwood and John Chat-ley in 1998, David Gerald Sportscars is also a TVR deal-ership serving sports car enthusiasts in the UK and abroad.
Mr Ellwood said: "We are delighted to be playing a leading role in rebirth of this famous British sports car brand."
Mr Stelligo said: "We are opening a new chapter in the history of Marcos and it is important that we work with experienced dealers."