Gullwing Motor Cars Inc
2430 46th Street
Exciting Discovery: 1938 Lagonda V12 SaloonThis highly sought-after 1938 Lagonda V12 Saloon has been part of a museum collection for the last 16 years and wears a now aging older restoration likely dating from the late 1970s/early 1980s. An extremely rare and interesting find. As the car has been off the road for several years, it will need mechanical recommissioning to be considered roadworthy. According to factory records, the Lagonda originally wore a light blue exterior with coded blue grey leather interior and carpet and headlining to match. The wood trim was in Burr Walnut, and other interior detail features included a Phillips Radio, with telescopic aerials. Of technical note was that the engine was to be equipped with the latest 2nd sanction type sump and oil level indicator. Bumper mountings were included, but no bumpers, nor was a British style built in license plate required, suggesting that, in these respects, local accessories would be fitted in the US. A wonderful opportunity to own an extremely rare and collectible Lagonda V12 Saloon. Original U.S. Supplied ExamplePurchased new by Thorne Donnelley of the famed R.R.D. empireOffered with copies of factory records Price: $79,500
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