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Lagonda 3 Litre

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The Lagonda 3-Litre is an automobile which was produced by Aston Martin Lagonda from 1953 to 1958. It was the second Lagonda model of the David Brown/Aston Martin era. The 3-Litre was fitted with a higher displacement 3 Liter 140 HP version of the twin overhead camshaft Lagonda Straight-6 engine designed by Walter Owen Bentley.

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The Lagonda 3-Litre is an automobile which was produced by Aston Martin Lagonda from 1953 to 1958. It was the second Lagonda model of the David Brown/Aston Martin era. The 3-Litre was fitted with a higher displacement 3 Liter 140 HP version of the twin overhead camshaft Lagonda Straight-6 engine designed by Walter Owen Bentley.

Like its predecessor, the 3-Litre was available as a 4-seat 2-door coupé, built by David Brown subsidiary engineering company Tickford or as a drophead coupé produced by the same coach builders. A 4-door saloon was introduced in 1954 and the 2-door coupé was discontinued in 1956. In early 1955, the Mark II version introduced a floor-mounted gear lever.

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