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1984 Aston Martin Lagonda

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1984 Aston Martin Lagonda
Driver Source Fine Motorcars
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SH ID

24-0205022

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United States

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Dealer

Vin SCFDL01S5ETL13304

 

Engine number V/580/3304/LFA

 

Built November 1983

Description

A rare and desirable Series II Lagonda with just 8,200 miles from new! Designed by William Towns in an extreme interpretation of the classic 1970s "folded paper" style. The Lagonda combined striking styling with opulent, club-like leather interior, and state-of-the-art instrumentation. It was the first production car in the world to use computer management and a digital instrument panel. The development cost for the electronics alone on the Lagonda came to four times as much as the budget for the whole car. These hand-built Lagondas were amongst the most expensive saloons in the world. The only other "production" cars to approach its lofty price tag were the Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit/Silver Spur and Bentley Mulsanne. A total of 645 chassis were built before the end of production in 1989. Each car required 2,200 man-hours to build and only about 25 were built per year for the U.S. Market. 3304 is an Exceptionally Original Example, with Just 8,200 Miles from New From Over 30 Years of Ownership Dr. Zeiger, MD of Beverly Hills, CA purchased in June 1989 Sold on California Pink Slip Finished in Windsor Red Metallic over Dark Tan Conolly Leather Upholstery Glossy paintwork with excellent body fitment Retains all original glass, including the windshield with Triplex decal Exceptionally well-preserved cabin upholstery. Excellent woodwork, supple leather, and immaculate carpeting – protected by supplemental sheepskin mats Equipped with period Kenwood KRC-1022 radio and CelluarOne mobile phone in center console LED instrumentation works, control buttons do not The nicely presented luggage compartment is tidy and fully equipped. Tool Kit, Tire Iron, Spare Wheel with original Tire Mounted, Hubcap Wrench, Emergency Triangle in Pouch, and Fire Extinguisher Engine Bay presents equally as well, complete and nicely detailed. The Lagonda starts and drives, however, it has been in long-term storage and needs a new/rebuilt power steering pump, inspection and major service from deferred use – prior to any road driving Avon tires dated 2008 R134a Air Conditioning Conversion in 2001 Supported by Original Owners Handbook, Aston Martin Lagonda Service Schedule Chart, Kenwood Instruction Manual, 1989/90 Insurance Card, Original California Pink Slip (copy), and Period Pieces