Externally, the series 3 cars are virtually identical to the later series 2 cars; the only difference that I can see is a side repeater flasher ahead of the front wheel. Earlier fuel injected cars have the Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) instruments, later cars have a Vacuum Florescent (VF) system similar to that used by some Vauxhalls and Opels. With a very short production run until the launch of the face lifted series 4 car, only 75 series 3 fuel injected cars were made – probably the most desirable example of the Lagonda in it’s original form.
The example below is a little unusual though not unique, as all the brightwork is gilded – the gold is certainly an acquired taste. This photograph also illustrates the solid disc design alloy wheel design seen on late series 2 and all series 3 or facelift Lagonda.
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