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1933 Lagonda M45 Tourer For Sale


Price POA
Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make Lagonda
  M45 Tourer
Year 1933
Mileage 12,000 Miles
Country United Kingdom
Region Buckinghamshire
Status Trade
Ref C1416318
First registered 1st January 1933 and sold through W Wright Ltd to Mr G Potter Esq?In 1938 the car was fitted with a later and rarer LG6 Sanction 1V engine, which essentially was a Meadows 4. 5 litre engine that was breathed upon and developed by W. O. Bentley during his stint at Lagonda.

He later went on to design the Lagonda V12 and the 6 cyl. engine used by Aston Martin post-war. In the 1980's the car and its running gear were restored to a high standard by Peter Whenman of Phoenix Engineering in Hartley Witney.

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