Lagonda 1906 - 1990: Lagonda started with a curious tri-car but turned to excellent ordinary cars in the 1910s, introducing monocoque bodies. In 1925 the company drastically changed its policy and introduced handsome sports models, "poor man's Bentleys". In the late 1930s, after successes at Le Mans, impressive 6-cylinder and V-12 models were offered. Company: Lagonda Ltd. - Egham Hythe (Staines), England Models: Tricar; Torpedo; 20; 30; 11.1; 11.9; 12/4; 14/4; 12/24; 14/60; 2 Litre; Speed Model; 3 Litre; 2 Litre Continental; 16/65; 16/80; M45; Rapier; Rapide; LG45; LG6; V12 Coachbuilders: Mulliner; Abbott; Vanden Plas People: Wilbur Gunn; Arthur Davidson; Walter Bentley; Tim Ashcroft Most famous car: LG6 Drophead Coupe c. 1938

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