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1952 Lagonda 2.6 L

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Lagonda is a very British make, founded in Staines, Middlesex, England in 1899 by an expatriate American opera singer, Wilbur Gunn. Mr. Gunn had previously built motorcycles for a living. The car is named for a creek in his hometown of Springfield, Ohio.

Lagonda had been a part of Aston Martin since 1948, when Lagonda was purchased by David Brown, the manufacturing conglomerate that had purchased Aston Martin in 1947. David Brown needed a new motor for Aston Martin. The new 2.6 liter twin overhead cam six-cylinder engine was the last design of W.O. Bentley. It became the basis of the Aston Martin engines of the 1950's and eventually grew to 3.0 liters.

Other engineering features include hemispherical combustion chambers, a fully synchronized three-speed gearbox, four-wheel independent suspension and inboard brakes. Top speed was 75 MPH. The entire production of this 2.6 liter DHC from 1948 through 1952 was 118 units. This car was restored by RTM Restorations in 2013.

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1952 Lagonda 2.6 L Auction Sales

Recent Sales of the Lagonda 2.6 L

(Data based on Model Year 1952 sales)
1952 LAGONDA 2.6 DROPHEAD COUPÉ
Chassis#: LAG/50/480
Sold for USD$105,409
  2021 Bonhams MPH March Auction
 
1952 Lagonda 2.6-Litre Drophead Coupé
Chassis#: LAG/50/450
Sold for USD$52,048
  2020 Bonhams : Goodwood Speedweek
 
1952 Lagonda 2.6-Litre Drophead Coupé
Chassis#: LAG/50/450
Sold for USD$102,596
  2019 Bonhams : Aston Martin Sale
 
1952 Lagonda 2.6 Litre Drophead Coupe
Sold for USD$34,720
  2014 H & H Auctions - Imperial War Museum
 
1952 Lagonda 2.6-Liter Drophead Coupé
Chassis#: LAG/50/476
Sold for USD$35,200
  2014 Greenwich Concours D'Elegance Auction
 

Lagonda 2.6 Ls That Failed To Sell At Auction

1952 Lagonda 2.6 L's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
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1952 Lagonda 2.6 L Profiles

1952 Lagonda 2.6 L vehicle information
Drop Head Coupe
Coachwork: Tickford