1978 Aston Martin Lagonda Series II
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The Lagonda shocked the world in 1978 with its bold design and electronic instrumentation. A truly stunning design.
It was in the October of 1976 that Aston Martin revealed a new shape Lagonda which had solid state digital instrumentation that justified it as being a new product. With initial production levels at one a week it wasnt until 1979 that the first cars was delivered and in 1982 the Lagonda was cleared for sale in the USA.
In 1984, a Long Wheelbase Tickford Limousine version was announced that had a TV in the front as well as the back.
The Lagonda was updated again in 1987 when William Aston rounded off the edges of the car giving it a fresh new look. New enhancements included a re-designed nose where six smaller lights replace the pop-up headlamps and new 16 inch alloy wheels. A total of 645 chassis were built before the end of production in 1989, each car required about 2 200 man hours and only about 25 were built per year for the U.S. market.
Chassis & Sales
1984 Aston Martin Lagonda Saloon - sold for $33,000
The first car was delivered in 1979 with US sales beginning in 1982. A total of 645 chassis were built before the end of production in 1989. Painted dark blue over tan hides with dark blue piping, this Lagonda boasts new Continental radial tires on factory alloy wheels. It also features the unique-to-Lagonda glass sunroof over the rear passenger compartment. The same is true today as thirty years earlier: the Aston Martin Lagonda continues to ... more
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1979 Aston Martin Lagonda Series 2 - sold for €10,350
The 15th Series 2 produced, this early example came into the present ownership in 1987. The car has seen relatively little use since then, spending most of that time garaged, and has covered fewer than 600 miles over the last four years. It has been extensively worked on during those four years to rectify minor faults, which included replacing the starter motor, correcting the cruise control system, checking valve clearances, adjusting the air... more
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1985 Aston Martin Lagonda Saloon - sold for €27,600
Chassis number '13493' comes with a large history file containing the service booklet, assorted correspondence and numerous bills/invoices recording regular maintenance and servicing by Aston Martin Lagonda and various specialists. The most recent invoice, issued by AML in May 2011, is for a 10,000-mile/annual service, a replacement oil cooler and extensive repairs to the sills and other lower body sections at a cost of £13,191. Finished in Su... more
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