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RJH Cars Ltd
Unit 5 Manor Farm, Meppershall Rd, Upper Stondon, Henlow, Beds
SG16 6LJ
Tel:  01462228539
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1939 Lagonda LG6 Roadster DHC For Sale

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  • £175,000 As stated
  • 1939
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Price £175,000 As stated
Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make Lagonda
Model LG6 Roadster
Year 1939
Mileage 99,098 miles
Country UK
Region Bedfordshire
Telephone 01462 228539
Status Trade
Date 06-Jun-2020
Ref C1217237
RJH Cars are pleased to offer this stunning 1939 registered Lagonda LG6 Drophead Coupé DHC For Sale. This striking LG6 is offered in excellent condition, the paint work holds a high level of sheen and the engine runs beautifully. The biscuit cloth hood beautifully compliments the cars paintwork and provides the vehicles weather proofing. With the roof down the car comes into its own with what can only be described as stunning looks. The flowing bodyline of the car is only enhanced when you stand back and admire is beautiful lines. The fluted Tan Connolly leather trim is highlighted when you see the car with its roof in the lowered position and as you climb in and sit in the driver’s seat, you are greeted by the array of Smiths and Hobson instruments and dials, all perfectly in keeping with the age and period of the car.

The car starts on the button and runs so very well. As with all cars of this age they are ‘interesting’ to drive for the 1st time but very soon you will get used to the size of the car and lack of modern drivers aids and sit in the extremely comfortable seat and enjoy driving a piece of motoring history.

The car is accompanied by a very substantial history file detailing the extensive work to the car through its various owners. Although registered in 1939 the car originally built in 1938 according to the records held with the Lagonda club. The car is fitted with the Meadow engine 4.5 Litre that delivered for the age of the car a very generous 180 hp. The Lagonda LG6 originally arrived onto the market in 1937 and was capable of going from 7 to 105 mph in top gear and rev to 5,000 rpm.

In total only 82 LG6 were produced of which around 50 are documented by the Lagonda Club today. This car was originally registered as FYF 6 which was a London issued plate which was later replaced to BTB 823 in 1972. The plate that the car is fitted with today, HJC 50, was fitted in 1975 by the then owner Harold J Collins. In 1976 Harold sold the car to Emery Gottschall of De Plaines, Illinois however in 1982 the car returned to its former keeper Harold. The last registered keeper purchased the car in 1989 and has owned and cherished the car since then.

One of the unique features of buying your classic car from RJH Cars is we include 3 Months Parts & Labour Warranty within screen price. RJH Cars can assist you with financing your classic car purchase from the market leading Finance Companies however please remember any finance is sts. For peace of mind we welcome you to have an independent mechanical inspection. All cars are clear of finance interests and insurance damage free with a certificate supplied on handover. Why not Part Exchange your car today. Please bring your Driving Licence when test driving a vehicle.

We operate on 'Viewings by Appointment Only' however during this current period of Covid-19 Lock Down we are available on the phone or via social media. To assist you we have a comprehensive video of the car that is available upon request along with around 35 pictures on the website. Deposits are being taken to secure a car and remove it from sale, call us today for more details. Thanks Richard

 
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