Variant name:5.3 , - 1 of 100 built - Excellent service history - Matching numbers - Last model in series - Supplied serviced with warranty Important and highly individual the Aston Martin Lagonda was first shown at the Earls Court Motor show in 1976 and made headlines in our national daily papers for its futuristic use of electronics and body shape. Launched just 9 months after the most troubled times for Aston Martin, the Lagonda put the company firmly back on the map as a producer of luxury sports cars. In production from 1980 the Lagonda became highly popular with global heads of state, captains of industry and those who wanted a more sporting offering than the cars from Crewe. In all some 900 cars were produced, with just 100 being the Series 4 as offered here, before production ceased. The most developed and satisfying to own and drive, the Series 4 model benefitted from superior rear leg room and enlarged boot, electronic fuel injection, revised instrumentation and a subtly revised body shape. The superb example were are delighted to offer, finished in Suffolk Red with Magnolia hides, was first registered in late 1988 by main dealers Stratton Motor Co for demonstration purposes before being sold. Complete with low mileage and a comprehensive service history file, containing the original stamped service booklet, owners handbook, service and restorative works invoices, MOT certificates and a contemporary road test. This fresh and impressive example is undoubtedly one of the finest available, of one of the most important cars, in the history of the Aston Martin marque.
--Storm Red with Tan leather interior and Brown carpeting, Original US delivered example, Four-enthusiast owners from new, known history, well maintained with service records. Constructed by the factory in mid 1983, this striking Lagonda was shipped to AML Inc on 21st November of that same year, originally finished in Mercedes Midnight Blue with its original colored interior as shown today. Upon its arrival to the United States, this Lagonda was purchased by Emich Oldsmobile Inc of Lakewood Colorado, also an official Aston Martin Lagonda franchise dealer. Mr. Fred Emich, CEO of Emich Oldsmobile Inc, kept this car within his personal collection from 1984 to 1989, it was thus maintained by his dealership during that period. In 1989, he is understood to have sold it to a friend of his whom he agreed a personal finance arrangement with. It would appear that in 1991, Mr Emich was forced to repossess the car after his buyer defaulted on his payments and Mr. Emich retained the car until August 1992, at which point he traded to Stevenson Lexus, who in turn sold the car to its third owner, Mr. Isao Kamitani. Mr. Kamitani kept the car from 1992 to 2013, a total of twenty one years! He clearl