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1957 Lagonda 3ltre by Tickford
1957 LAGONDA Litre RHD.
This is an opportunity to acquire one of the last 78 four door "Sportman Saloon" bodied by Tickford surviving with last engine (same that Aston Martin DB2 and DB2/4) designed by W.O. Bentley himself.
New paint : Bentley Brooklands BRG.
Engine rebuilt some years ago but not .....
1929 Lagonda 2-0 High Chassis
1929 Lagonda 2-0 High Chassis. Black. Green Leather. Nickel Plated. Comprehensive history file. Reluctant sale.
1934 Very Original Lagonda M35 Rapide Tourer T9
In 1925, Lagonda decided to steer the company on a slightly different route. Lagonda was known for very nimble and light cars but decided to start heading to more luxurious and sporting models. The Lagonda 14/60 was introduced in 1925 and it was the first model of Lagonda where the gearbox wasn’t bolted .....
Lagonda 1949 2.5 Fixed Head
Stored many years. Complete car for restoration Original engine turns, Bodywork looks solid. Interior complete & original but needs doing. Rare now in complete condition. Comes with original brown log book. This is a 1949 2 1/2 litre lagonda Saloon,returned from Northern Ireland where it had been stored .....
- West Midlands
1934 Lagonda Rapier Tourer
Vintage & Prestige Classic Cars are delighted to offer for sale this charming 1934 Lagonda Rapier Tourer.
Registration number: CZ 7070
Chassis number: D11284
- 1 of just 470 made
- Well maintained and improved over the last 30 years
- An ideal entry to the world of prewar motoring .....
Lagonda garage sign
4ft repro garage sign for display on your garage or showroom wall
1980 Aston Martin Lagonda 1st series
Lagonda first series
Nice driver with patina
Just major service for MOT and Electrics
push buttons redone / rewired
fuel flaps serviced
Drives very well
Been into 2 magazines in the last 8 years, with the last .....
1935 Lagonda M 45 "Le Mans"
Based on an original frame, this Lagonda M 45 Rapide was build up from ground ca. 5 years ago in the specification of the legendary Le Mans winning car from 1935.
For a better ride, they also installed a fully synchronized Alvis-transmission and a better clutch for higher quality gear changes.
1932 Lagonda 3 Litre T2 Tourer
Following the success of the 14/60 2 litre model launched in 1925, Lagonda looked to improve their range with a larger engine. In 1926 the then managing director of Lagonda, Brigadier General Metcalf, asked Davidson and Masters to design a 6 cylinder engine, to be called the 16/65. The result was .....
1985 Aston Martin Lagonda Series 2 (LHD)
- 80s icon with inimitable style
- Limited production, one of just 645 chassis produced
- Finished in its original colour of Dover White
- Supplied with an Aston Martin Heritage certificate
- Aston Martin performance with saloon practicality
Designed by William Towns, October 1976 saw Aston Martin .....
3 Litre Lagonda - 4 seat Tourer - AOJ 393 - June 1933
Originally a standard Lagonda bodied saloon.
Totally restored from a bare chassis approximately 25 years ago. Fitted with a replica T2 body constructed to the highest standards. Metal panneled and finished in dark blue cellulose with upholstery and trim in a lighter shade of blue.
Registered with .....
Lagonda 4 Seater Open Special 1930 -To be auctioned 27-04-18
Car 4 of 4 – Probate sale
This is a very fine example of a Lagonda 4-seater open special, having a 2lit twin carb, twin cam engine. Very little is known about the history of the car pre-war. The Lagonda Owners Club are aware of this car and have been very helpful. We will put on-line the letter .....
1936 Lagonda LG45 Team Car
When Fox and Nicholl prepared three M45’s as Team Cars for the 1934 RAC Tourist Trophy at Ards, they did a rather nice job. So good, Fox convinced the board of Directors of Lagonda to enter two M45 team cars in the 24 hours of Le Mans. Luckily, all was ok despite financial disturbances and 24hours later, .....
1934 Lagonda rapier
1934 Lagonda Rapier
Good solid car that runs and drives well. Older restoration that still looks smart and was well done at the time lots of fun at relatively modest outlay. May consider PX.
1934 A superb 3.5 litre 6 cylinder Lagonda sports tourer
Lagonda’s M35R model was built in 1935 to provide a bridge between the departing 3 litre model and the new Meadows 4 ½ litre engined M45. Its 3 ½ Litre six cylinder seven bearing crankshaft engine (number 2978) was a development of the 3 litre unit using a redesigned block which allowed for the requisite .....
1928 Lagonda 2 Litre Tourer
Registered 8th March 1928 this high chassis 2 litre speed model was purchased by a previous owner as a project in 1949 having laid derelict on a farm in the Isle Of Wight, as an engineering graduate he proceeded to rebuild the car which stayed in his ownership for an amazing 67 years. As his age advanced .....
1963 Lagonda Rapide
Aston Martin revived the dormant Lagonda name in 1961 with the luxurious Rapide four-door saloon, a car that was very much David Brown's personal project. The Rapide's sales brochure, which, unusually, was signed by him personally, stated: 'It has long been my ambition to build a car which would be .....
1933 Lagonda 2litre Low chassis Speed model, VDP 3Pos. DHC
English band leader, musical entrepreneur and composer Ray Noble was born in 1903. As an advisor and conductor at His Master’s Voice from 1929, he became a household name all over the world when, in 1932, he took over the famous Lew Stone band with which he recorded prolifically for HMV in the years .....
1936 Lagonda LG45 Rapide Specification
Chassis number 12097 was one of six cars converted to Rapide specification by Jack Buckley / the Northern Lagonda Factory at Knarr Mill, Lancs. in 1987, this beautifully styled Rapide replica body being built entirely from aluminum. At this time engine number LG/430/S4 was fitted which was later understood .....
1939 Lagonda V12 DHC
Only 30-35 copies of the V12 were made in the exclusive DHC version between 1938 and 1940.
In October 1938 Lagonda presented for the first time the factory "Drop-Head Coupe" at the Olympia Motor Show in London. In order to adapt the vehicle to the highest demands no less than W.O. Bentley, who was .....