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Aston Martin Lagonda
17225 445000 GBP
  • With a production run of 640 cars over a 10 year period 1979-89, the Lagonda was a true success for Aston Martin, particularly in the all important export markets. In 1985 the original Lagonda designer, William Towns, was tasked with restyling his masterpiece and improving it’s already luxurious specification. Unveiled at the 1986 Birmingham International Motor Show the S4 car is Identifiable by its now fixed, 6 headlamp arrangement, smoother body lines, increased rear compartment and boot space, 16” alloy wheels and improved LCD, digital and bar graph instruments with voice synthesiser. This Series 4 car, of which just 105 examples were built, is both rare and attractively specified. One of the last ever built and finished in the traditional Aston Martin colour of Balmoral Green, with Tan Connolly hides clothing its sumptuous interior. Having covered just over 80,000 miles from new, this particular Lagonda has just benefitted from a complete chassis refurbishment and mechanical overhaul by accredited Aston Martin Heritage specialists and is offered for sale in superb condition. We are pleased to present one of the finest of these eclectic Lagondas, now enjoying a renewed notoriety

    • Year: 1990

    Last update: 4 Days Old

    • Mileage: 80000 mi

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  • Nicholas Mee
    020 8741 8822
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  • Make: Aston Martin Model: Lagonda First Registered: 21/04/1986 Mileage: 13,769 Previous Owners: 2 Engine: 5.3 Ltr Transmission: Automatic Paint Colour: Red Trim Colour: Cream Carpet Colour: Cream Doors: 4 Seats: 4 MOT: 12 Months TAX: TBA HPI: Clear Warranty: 3 Months 4* Cover Included

    • Year: 1986

    Last update: 20 Days Old

    • Mileage: 13769 mi

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  • The Supercar Rooms
    01299 666116
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  • This well known and very important prototype was created in 1969 for the personal use of Aston Martin Chairman Sir David Brown, and represented the first use of the Lagonda name since the demise of the Rapide in 1964. The 4 door version of the DBS had been envisioned back in October 1966 when the DBS project had first been proposed to Sir David. When William Towns styled the DBS, he simultaneously worked on both 2 and 4 door versions of the same car, indeed there is evidence that the 4 door was designed first with the much more familiar 2 door being a shortened version! So the prototype Lagonda was born, some 12 inches longer in the chassis over the standard DBS to accommodate greater rear leg room and boot space. Originally finished in Sir David’s favoured colour, ‘Roman Purple’, with seats and door cards in Crimson velour. The original 5.0 litre fuel injected V8 and wire wheels were soon changed by the factory for the 5.3 quad carb V8 engine (No.VS4008EE) in the car today, and GKN alloys. The car also carries its original registration number JPP 5G from new which appears in the original press releases! The car was a personal favourite of Sir David’s and in the early 70’s it was a

    • Year: 1969

    Last update: 20 Days Old
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  • Desmond J Smail
    01234 240 636
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  • (from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) Lagonda is a British car manufacturer, founded as a company in 1906 in Staines, Middlesex by the American Wilbur Gunn (1859–1920). He named the company after a river near the town of his birth Springfield, Ohio. The company was purchased and integrated into Aston Martin in 1947. Wilbur Gunn had originally built motorcycles on a small scale in the garden of his house in Staines with reasonable success including a win on the 1905 London—Edinburgh trial. In 1907 he launched his first car, the 20-hp, 6-cylinder Torpedo, which he used to win the Moscow—St. Petersburg trial of 1910. This success produced a healthy order for exports to Russia which continued until 1914. In the pre-war period Lagonda also made an advanced small car, the 11.1 with a four-cylinder 1000 cc engine, which featured an anti-roll bar and a rivetted monocoque body and the first ever fly-off handbrake. During World War I Lagonda made artillery shells. After the end of the war the 11.1 continued with a larger 1400-cc engine and standard electric lighting as the 11.9 until 1923 and the updated 12 until 1926. Following Wilbur Gunn's death in 1920, three existing directors headed

    • Year: 1982

    Last update: About 8 Hours Old
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