Latest News - 08/09/21
2nd Century reworking

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2nd Century reworking

The 2nd Century pages have been reorganised so that it makes it a bit easier to find the model you are looking for. If this works out as is should, the VH pages will follow in a similar way.

Revised 2nd Century pages

Tickford Lagonda, the ultra-rare wedge

At the 1983 London Motorfair, Tickford, the engineering subsidiary of AML, introduced the bespoke and very expensive Tickford Lagonda. At £85,000, it was an extremely expensive motor car; the equivalent of £250,000 in todays money. The page has been much updated today with loads of new and exclusive images

 

Unique Lagonda Shooting Brake

With the kind assistance of a friend, I have now completed a page featuring the unique Aston Martin Lagonda Shooting Brake coach built in a garage in The Netherlands

Rapide Concept, page update

Back in 2006, Aston Martin unveiled the Rapide Concept, the first production 4 door Aston Martin since the 15/98 Saloon in 1936. The page featuring the Rapide has been updated with a number of previously unpublished photographs from the 2006 Geneva Motor Show.

The 1976 Aston Martin Lagonda prototype, a new page

No car quite captured my imagination as much as this, the 1976 Aston Martin Lagonda – the Car of the Future. Some say the design is dated, kitsch even, but taken in the context of the cars that filled our roads at that time and even now, the drama of seeing a Lagonda on the road even now is unmatched by any other exotic. If Gerry Anderson had still been making Thunderbirds in 1976, you can bet Geoff Tracy and Lady Penelope would be driving a wedge Lagonda.

Lagonda Rapide, plenty of new images and revised page

The Lagonda Rapide has for some time lagged in popularity behind the DB 2 door cars of the same era. Yet with only 55 ever built, they are at last becoming more highly regarded than ever before. The page has had a major revision and now features images of a fair few cars.

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