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  • RefCode: TA1051083
  • Make: LAGONDA
  • Model: 3 LITRE
  • Derivative: T7 OPEN TOURER
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,933
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

A beautiful car hat has had enormous sums spent on it in recent years. The engine has undergone a full rebuild some years ago. The car starts readily, and drives beautifully.

CALL 01375 379719
  • RefCode: TA1113113
  • Make: LAGONDA
  • Model: 16/80
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,931
  • Mileage (Miles): 10,000
  • Mileage (KM): 16,093
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

1931 Lagonda 2 Litre T2 Low Chassis Tourer. Chassis number: OH10038 Registration number: AR-02-85 Immaculately restored, this car started life as a T2 low chassis tourer as indeed it is today. The car has covered 10,000 miles or so since the engine was rebuilt & the body fully restored covering limited mileage each year. To the interior is Maroon leather throughout in simply lovely condition along with maroon carpets. A brand new black full tonneau cover keeps the elements at bay. The exterior is black fabric to the body panels along with black painted wings & bonnet. The chassis is burgundy making for a very fine looking ensemble indeed. The car comes with a new hood & newly refinished side screens. A Kenlowe fan is fitted, but the owner reports he has never had recourse to use it as the car runs cool in hot weather & traffic. Mechanically the car is superb. The rebuilt twin cam engine fires readily & provides ample power for the light body. The car has the cycle type wings that turn in unision with the front wheels. The original tear drop running boards are also in situ. This is an impeccable car that has been superbly looked after since restoration. We will be doing a full set of pictures as soon as the car arrives with us towards the end of April unless already sold. It comes with a good assortment of paperwork, correspondence & pictures dating back to the Early 1950's A gallery of large high-resolution pictures may be viewed on our website. Office 01375 379719 Richard Biddulph 07967 260673 Christoff Cowens 07772188037 We accept Credit/Debit Cards. Part Exchange welcome. Weekend & evening viewings OK. Viewings by appointment : Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate, Grays, Essex, RM17 6ST

CALL 01375 379719
  • RefCode: TA1113049
  • Make: LAGONDA
  • Model: 2 LITRE
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,931
  • Mileage (Miles): 17,000
  • Mileage (KM): 27,358
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: GBP

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 a 30hp six, Lagonda concentrated mainly on the production of light cars before reverting to sporting and luxury models in the mid-1920s with the introduction of the 14/60. The latter abandoned the firm's traditional in-unit gearbox in favour of a midships-mounted transmission, but of greater technical interest was the engine. Designed by Arthur Davidson, the 2-litre 'four' featured twin camshafts, mounted high in the block, operating inclined valves in hemispherical combustion chambers. Power output of this advanced design was a highly respectable 60bhp. For the 1929 season, a 'low chassis' Speed Model was introduced, featuring revisions to the frame's front end and a higher-compression engine fitted with twin carburettors. The Speed Model had resulted from the factory's Le Mans effort of 1928, when the 2-Litre driven by Andre D'Erlanger and Douglas Hawkes had finished 11th overall in the 24-Hour endurance classic. A classic example of racing improving the breed, the 'low chassis' 2-litre possessed markedly superior handling characteristics courtesy of its lower centre of gravity. For all its virtues, Davidson's engine was limited by its tortuous induction tracts and in 1930 a supercharged version was introduced to overcome this deficiency. The 'blower' was mounted vertically in front of the engine, which was fitted with a stronger crankshaft, while a 3-litre rear axle beefed up the transmission. A Powerplus supercharger was specified at first, but most 'blown' 2-litres came with a Cozette. Thus equipped, a 'low chassis' 2-litre was capable of up to 90mph. PL 5560 is in our showroom ready for viewing and offered in excellent all matching numbers condition. Mechanically the engine is a work of art, and after a fastidious restoration just by listening you can tell that the quality of craftsmanship has been to the highest of levels. Appearance wise the engine bay is a clean as the body and interior. Inside she is trimmed in maroon leather which beautifully contrasts the black exterior. The rear seats are latched at the top which conceals a full array of side screens allowing for wet weather motoring without a soaked right arm and disgruntled passengers. A VSCC certificate is also provided showing that this model has not been modified in any way other than practical hazard lights allowing this to pass the German TUV test. A gallery of large high-resolution pictures may be viewed at http://www.vandp.net Office 01375 379719 Richard Biddulph 07967 260673 Christoff Cowens 07772188037 We accept Credit/Debit Cards. Part Exchange welcome. Weekend & evening viewings OK. Viewings by appointment :

CALL 01375 379719
  • RefCode: TA1113100
  • Make: LAGONDA
  • Model: LG45
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,936
  • Mileage (Miles): 3,600
  • Mileage (KM): 5,793
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

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 the car was specified from new with an extra large boot allowing for long continental trips with luggage. The car is in immaculate prize winning condition to this day. When we arrived to photograph it the car started instantly as did all the cars in the collection & has clearly been fastidiously looked after having covered just a few thousand miles since restoration was completed. The restoration was a nut & bolt body off affair. New ash wood was let in as & where required once the frame was exposed. Upon reassembly the car had a paint job of superb quality in a shade of pale grey. All the mechanics were disassembled & rebuilt as required to as new specification. Grey Connolly hides were sourced for the interior along with a blue double duck roof & hood bag giving the car & elegant & striking appearance. A full set of photographs come with the car detailing the extensive restoration undertaken. Through the Twenties and early Thirties, a confusing array of models and bodies characterized Lagondas but in 1933 Lagonda began to modify its 'Selector' chassis to accept the 4 1/2 Liter Meadows overhead valve six cylinder engine which had become available in quantity when Invicta, its contracted user, went into receivership. Quickly implemented, the new M45 enjoyed immediate success with 108 horsepower and attractive, low coachwork designed and built in Lagonda's own coachworks at a price some 600 pounds less than a comparable Bentley, and at that price the Bentley had yet to be bodied. That was not, however, sufficient to ensure success in the midst of the depression and in 1936 Lagonda was bought out of receivership by Alan Good. He installed Dick Watney (from Rootes) as Managing Director and W.O. Bentley as Technical Director and set out to build 'the best car in the world', with a V-12 engine designed by Stuart Tresilian from Rolls-Royce. In the meantime, however, a reset was necessary. That was the LG45, a thoroughly redesigned model with a new W.O. Bentley-designed X-braced frame and wishbone independent front suspension with torsion bars. New coachwork was essential to establish the revitalized Lagonda's identity and it was designed by a young Frank Feeley whose later designs for Aston Martin would establish him as one of the foremost body visionaries of the mid-century years. His LG45 designs, tourer, saloon and new drophead coupe, were superb, with long, sensuosly swelling, sweeping fenders, a long bonnet, dual sidemount enclosures (one holding the spare wheel and tire, the other the tool set and jack) and a clean, integrated grille and front fender valences that hid the front suspension. The drophead coupe's top incorporated an efficient folding mechanism and simple profile when erected. This 1936 Lagonda LG45 Drophead Coupe is chassis number 12104, one of just a few Sanction 2 LG45s built with a revised location for the dual ignition's pair of magnetos. The car is located in Belgium & may be viewed there by prior appointment. It has been part of a small collection for a number of years & is now being sold due to the advanced age of the current owner. It is 1930's elegance at its finest & is a fast powerful open tourer in the style of a grand routier. A gallery of large high-resolution pictures may be viewed at http://www.vandp.net Office 01375 379719 Richard Biddulph 07967 260673 Christoff Cowens 07772188037 We accept Credit/Debit Cards. Part Exchange welcome. Weekend & evening viewings OK. Viewings by appointment : Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate, Grays, Essex, RM17 6ST

CALL 01375 379719
  • RefCode: TA1148021
  • Make: LAGONDA
  • Model: LG45
  • Derivative: Rapide
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,937
  • Mileage (Miles): 9,997
  • Mileage (KM): 16,088
  • Colour: Green
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

The Lagonda motor car company was founded in 1906 in Staines, Middlesex and quickly established itself as a credible sports car competitor to Bentley. It was at the 1933 Olympia Show that the first 4½ litre, the M45, was introduced. It used a Meadows, six-cylinder, engine of 4453cc slightly modified by Lagonda but otherwise similar to that used by Invicta. This engine was already somewhat venerable having started life in 1925. The M45 was a great success and Lord de Clifford got it off to a good start with a highly publicised run to Greece in the prototype, beating the train to Brindisi by 14 hours. For the 1934 TT a trio of lightweight short chassis cars run by Arthur Fox (of Fox and Nicholls Ltd) and equipped with Girling brakes put up a splendid showing. These cars were virtually M45 Rapides, which were subsequently announced a few weeks later. Despite the Fox & Nicholl's win at the 1935 Le Mans 24 hr race, the Company's finances declined and the Receiver was brought in. The firm was saved by the intervention of Alan Good who re-formed the company as LG Motors and dropped all the models replacing them quickly with the 4½ litre LG45. The new car used much the same M45 Rapide engine in a revised version of the M45 chassis but with softer springing and Girling brakes. Alan Good had brought in W. O. Bentley previously of Rolls Royce, as chief designer and the LG45 was his brainchild. The new cars coachwork design was penned by Frank Feeley, who had just returned to Lagonda having left to work for Eagle Coachworks on Sir Malcolm Campbells Rapier. The LG45 lasted from the end of 1935 to the end of 1937, appearing in two chassis lengths (10'9" and 11'3") and four engine forms. LG Motors developed a system of producing cars in batches called 'Sanctions' and any changes tended to be introduced when a new Sanction started. Hence the Sanction 1 to Sanction 3 4½ litre engines were found in LG45s. The Sanction 1 was similar to the M45R engine, the Sanction 2 changed the ignition to twin magnetos, both on the exhaust side and the Sanction 3 had a complete cylinder head redesign, the outward signs of which are carburettors which bolt directly to the cylinder head. LG45s also come with two different gearboxes, the right hand change G9 with synchromesh (Lagonda's first) onthird and top, being replaced later by the G10 which added synchro to second. Like the competition cars, the high-compression engine of the Sanction 3 cars produced 133.5 bhp which enabled the Rapide to achieve an impressive 108 mph on test in 1937. The Lagonda LG45 Rapide offered here at Autostorico was ordered on 23rd July 1937 through Keevil and March of Berkley Square, London by Mr S Baker of Davies Street, London. Mr Baker took delivery of the car on the 22nd of October with just 120 test miles recorded. Registered as ELB 396, chassis no.12267R was the penultimate Rapide of the 25 cars built and was finished in Green with Green leather interior, a Fawn hood, tonneau and sidescreens. Subsequent owners of ELB 396 include Norman S Kimmersley of Wick, Bristol, Chairman of the Golden Valley Ochre and Oxide Company Ltd. He was followed by J Stone of Denning Road, Hampstead and in the 1950s, Ken King. The recorded mileage was 13,419 miles in June 1938 and only 69,321 miles by 24th August 1949, reflecting limited use wartime use. By July 1951, only two years later, the mileage was recorded at 54,868 miles by the Works Service Department - one assumes the odometer had gone 'around the clock' and that the true figure was 154,686 miles. In 1951 the hood, tonneau and side screens were replaced by the Lagonda Works Service Department, and work was carried out to repair cracking at the rear of the body (a design flaw of the wooden frame as it is cut too thin around the areas surrounding the fuel filler caps). In 1956, Ken King sold the car for £300 to Dr Hurst of Cambridge, who was a research chemist and entrepreneur of some note, having invented the damp-proof course system commonly used today in house building. The Lagonda was much loved and used by the Hurst family, with Harry Hurst parting with the car after 28 years of ownership, via auction, in 1984. The purchaser, Simon Carell, then had it completely restored by Alan Brown of Northern Lagonda Factory fame. The restoration, which included a repaint in red and re-trim in cream leather, was completed in the summer of 1986. Simon Carell then swapped 'ELB 396' for the two LG45 Rapides owned by George Chilberg of San Diego, California, one being the 'Clark Gable' car. A well-known racer and Lagonda collector, George Chilberg displayed his latest acquisition at various shows, including the 1999 Pebble Beach Concours (plaque inside the glove box lid) and 2006 Newport Beach Concours. Chilberg had the engine rebuilt in 2010. '12267R' remained in GeorgeChilberg's hands on the West Coast of the USA for 29 years, until 2013 when he parted with the car. The new owner transported the Lagonda to the East Coast of the US, and drove the car at the 2013 Amelia Island Concours tour in Florida where it performed well, albeit a little down on power due to only one magneto working. He then repatriated the car to the UK where it regained the original registration, 'ELB 396', from the DVLA. Since arriving back home in the UK, the Lagonda has been mechanically fettled by the experts at Bishops Grey, and repainted by Moto Technique in the original green (matched from a scrap of paint found behind the dashboard during the stripping process). It was also re-trimmed by O'Rourke Trimming in correct, full-thickness Connolly hide, with traditional seat-stuffing materials, while the hood, side screens, and tonneau were replaced in the original and correct fawn colour. Purchased in 2015 by its eighth owner, a discerning collector, 12267R was expertly revitalised by Thornley Kelham Ltd of South Cerney, Gloucestershire before successfully competing in the 'Flying Scotsman' rally and a European tour at the end of 2018. Supplied with an extensive history file including a current V5 registration document, copies of original factory order sheets, photographs, various invoices documenting extensive recent works and other related history. Eligible for some of the worlds most prestigious events, including the Mille Miglia and Le Mans Classic, this is a perfect opportunity to own what must be one of the highest regarded cars of the era. Viewing strictly by appointment only.

CALL 01628 526455
  • RefCode: TA1057017
  • Make: LAGONDA
  • Model: RAPIDE
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,963
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic
  • Currency: GBP

A 1963 Lagonda Rapide in Dubonnet Rosso with Fawn trim. One of only 55 cars produced, a very rare opportunity to purchase one of these sought after cars!

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