- 1 of only 645 Lagonda’s sold
- First production car in the world to use computer management and a digital instrument panel
- Powered by an amazing 5430cc, Aston martin Quad Cam V8 with 4 down draught carburettors
- Log Books; Owner’s Manual, Ownership History, Service Receipts
A total of 645 Aston Martin Lagonda’s were sold in about 11 years. The Lagonda was the first production car in the world to use computer management and a digital instrument panel and second series cathode ray tubes for the instrumentation.
Presented in a beautiful red exterior and luxury cream interior, the vehicle is powered by an amazing 5430cc, Tadek Merak designed Aston martin Quad Cam V8 with 4 down draught carburettors which provide massive linear thrust when required and coupled to an automatic transmission, aiming at capturing the luxury and exotic market.
Its elegant styling frames this vehicle as a highly desirable and collectable part of British motoring history and a must have vehicle for the serious collector Presented in a very tidy unrestored condition, its presence is stunning.
In their day, Aston Martin Lagonda’s were the darlings of the nouveau riche, pop stars and Arab sheiks, all of whom ordered their cars in outlandish colour combinations.
The Aston Martin Lagonda was a luxury four-door saloon built by Aston Martin of Newport Pagnell England, between 1976 and 1989.The name was derived from the Lagonda marque that Aston Martin had purchased in 1947. Unveiled in 1976, William Towns’ extraordinary Aston Martin Lagonda still polarizes opinion. Its angular bodywork is a love-it-or-hate-it proposition, as is its commanding presence.
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