1930
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  • LAGONDA
    2 Ltr. Supercharged

    • Olympia Motor Show 1930
    • Rallye Monte Carlo 1931/32
    • Only a few examples built
    Colour 2-tone black / white
    Interior Leather grey
    Type Cabriolet
    Gearbox Manual shift
    Drive Right
    Mileage 61542 km
    Location Hamburg

    Description:

    In the mid-1920s Lagonda returned to the design of competition cars with the Model 14/60. For the 1929 season the “2 Litre Speed” with higher compression and two carburettors was developed. In 1930, the supercharged version with a vertical compressor in front of the engine and a maximum speed of 155 km/h was presented and immediately met with outstanding interest from the trade public.

    “GK3466” was first registered in England on 27.10.1930 and presented at the Lagonda stand at the 1930 Olympia Motor Show in London. In the years 1931 and 1932 the car participated in the Rally Monte Carlo.
    The car ran in Edinburgh until the end of the 1960s and was later tracked down under a tarpaulin with 54 other cars, including many Lagonda. Once it became clear that this was the former Rally Monte Carlo car, the Lagonda was fully restored to the highest standard by Lagonda specialists.

    4-cylinder in-line engine,1.954 cm³ with compressor

    265.000,00 €

    Price (§ 25 a, no tax to be shown)

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    Description:

    In the mid-1920s Lagonda returned to the design of competition cars with the Model 14/60. For the 1929 season the “2 Litre Speed” with higher compression and two carburettors was developed. In 1930, the supercharged version with a vertical compressor in front of the engine and a maximum speed of 155 km/h was presented and immediately met with outstanding interest from the trade public.

    “GK3466” was first registered in England on 27.10.1930 and presented at the Lagonda stand at the 1930 Olympia Motor Show in London. In the years 1931 and 1932 the car participated in the Rally Monte Carlo.
    The car ran in Edinburgh until the end of the 1960s and was later tracked down under a tarpaulin with 54 other cars, including many Lagonda. Once it became clear that this was the former Rally Monte Carlo car, the Lagonda was fully restored to the highest standard by Lagonda specialists.

    4-cylinder in-line engine,1.954 cm³ with compressor

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