This car was built in December 1932 when the 16/80 was in production. The fashion by then was for 6 cylinders but according to the foremost Lagonda historian, this must have been a special order because a super charged engine was specified and fitted to the T5 Tourer bodied car.
This car was exported .....
Lagonda LG45 4 seat T1 style Tourer. I've owned the car for 4 years in which time the radiator has been re-cored, the engine has been rebuilt, including new rods and pistons and white-metalling by Formhalls (much other work, too much to detail, but copies of all bills can be provided) and the rear axle .....
1936 Lagonda LG45 T8 Tourer
Chassis number: 12017
Registration number: AGA162
One of only 278 LG45s produced during 1936/37, chassis number '12017 was ordered by main dealers Kevill Davies & March in November 1935 and subsequently shipped, unregistered, to Burton & Tweedy, Lagonda's dealers .....
1953 Lagonda Sports Chassis
And some running gear no engine or body has a uk logbook so will make a amazing special, the parts in the pictures are what you get your welcome to come and view please call 07836639603
Vintage and Prestige are proud to offer this 1938 Lagonda LG6 Drophead Coupé DHC For Sale.
Registration: GPD 558
Chassis no: 12317
Engine no: 12317 (original Sanction 4 Meadows 120 BHP)
Mileage shown: 64,212
By the mid-1930s, cars using the proprietary Meadows engine were seen as the .....
Vintage and Prestige are proud to offer this 1951 Lagonda 2.6-Litre Drophead Coupé For Sale.
Registration no: NKL 666
Chassis no: LAG/50/210
Engine no: LB6A/50/266
It's said that when David Brown acquired Lagonda in 1947 all he got was a famous name, a collection .....
Vintage and prestige are proud to offer this 1931 Lagonda 2-Litre Supercharged Low Chassis Tourer For Sale.
Registration: PL 5560
Chassis no: OH9795
Engine no: 1541
Type: 2B . T2
Having established its reputation by winning the Moscow - St Petersburg Reliability Trial of 1910 with .....
The production figures vary between 65 and 81 vehicles that left the factory buildings in Staines in 1934/1935.
This M35 Rapide has been extensively restored in England a few years ago and is in beautyful condition.
An extensive documentation on the history of the car is on hand. This very attractive .....
1936 Lagonda LG45 Drop head Coupe
Chassis number: 12104
Registration number: HXV183 (Previous)
Fully Nut & bolt restored some years ago; this car has seen very sparing dry weather only use ever since & has also been the winner of some Lagonda club awards. Unusually .....
1939 Lagonda V-12 Drophead Coupé
Chassis number: 14062
Engine number: 14062
Registration number: TBA
Body Number: 7542
According to the Lagonda Club of Great Britain, the V-12 Drophead Coupé offered here was delivered new to James Scott and Son, of Dundee. In recent years it .....
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.
A Rapier Special from 1935 wearing an attractive 2 seater sports tourer body. Powered by the Lagonda 1100cc four cylinder twin overhead cam engine and fed by twin SU carburettors. The compact powerplant was very advanced for the period and is running well. Drive is to the rear wheels via a Wilson .....
This very nice looking and running Lagonda M45 Rapide Le Mans replica has been with the presant oner for over 10 years and has enjoyed every day of the car.
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We are delighted to offer for sale this Lagonda, presented in Dubonnet Red with Magnolia trim.
The Lagonda was built as the Flagship of the David Brown Car Division, bringing with it the Bentley designed engine to push its sister car, the Aston Martin, into the next chapter of its high performance .....
Pre-war racing specials are part of the very fabric of motoring in the UK and each represents the unique story of a car and the people that built and developed it. These specials were common during the pre-war period as factory single seaters were rare and expensive, so people looked to the cars with .....