1989 Aston Martin Lagonda Series 4 Saloon (RHD)
- 1 of only 34 right-hand drive Series 4 built
- 1 of only 106 Series 4 cars built in total
- Stunning specification
- Professionally restored by Marque specialist
- Present ownership since October 2013
In 1987, the Lagonda was face-lifted as the Series 4, acquiring a slightly softer, less hard-edged look and continued in production until May 1990, by which time a total of 638 had been built. Even today, over 40 years after its sensational debut, there are few cars that can match the presence of an Aston Martin Lagonda.
According to Aston Martin Lagonda Limited, 106 Lagonda Series 4 models were built, the right/left-hand drive split being 34/72.
Our car, chassis number ‘13608’ was first owned by one C Meek Esq of Aylesbury and Tenerife, and at that time was registered ‘G55 TBH’.
By 1999 the Lagonda was in the ownership of Dewhurst Dent (CEO Robert Yentob). The Lagonda has been registered to the current vendor since 22nd October 2013.
There are restoration invoices on file totalling over £149,000 relating to chassis repairs, rust protection, etc and a bare-metal re-spray. Other works invoiced include an engine refreshment with new bearings, timing chain, etc and overhauls of the gearbox, brakes, suspension, etc. The exterior colour was changed from blue to black in the process of the restoration, which was carried out during 2012/2013. The car also comes with a comprehensive photographic record of the rebuild and is offered with a V5C Registration Certificate (it should be noted that the current private registration is being retained).
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