The Lagonda 3 litre is regarded as one of Lagonda's finest cars and is highly regarded by those in the know. This is a late 3 litre and is built on the ZM chassis, which is the same as the M45. This lovely car sports a body with the long sweeping wings of its larger brother the M45.
BPE 366 was first registered on 10th April 1934 in Surrey. As supplied, the car was fitted with a pillarless saloon body. It has an interesting history from having it’s original saloon body removed and a rudimentary pick up truck body substituted for use in WWII to qualify for the enhanced fuel allowances. It saw service both around the farm and as Home Guard transport. After the end of the war the car was rebuilt with a two door drophead coupe and in the early 60’s the pre-war owner re-acquired BPE 366 and set about rebuilding the car with its present body. The engine was comprehensively overhauled in 1962 .
BPE 366 drives well with its powerful and smooth engine and is ready for use by the next custodian
Reference Number AW160216b
Make Aston Martin Lagonda
Model Lagonda 3.0L DHC
Drive Side right
Odometer reading 71320
Exterior Colour Green
Interior Colour Cream
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