Manufacturing and Registration:
The Lagonda V12 DHC was built in 1938 on a short wheelbase chassis with the serial number 14059. Its first road registration took place in 1939, just as the world was on the brink of World War II.
Craftsmanship and Quality:
This exquisite automobile features an aluminum cabriolet body meticulously designed and crafted by Frank Feeley. Under the hood resides what many consider to be Bentley's masterpiece, The Lagonda Overhead Camshaft V12 - 4.5 liter engine, a modified version powered the V12 Le Mans race cars that achieved a commendable third and fourth place in the 1939 Le Mans 24-hour race.
The Lagonda V12 DHC boasts a rich and complete ownership history. Furthermore, a substantial portion of the invoices for work carried out on the car over the years is available for review.
A Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity:
This Lagonda V12 DHC is a truly unique offering, showcasing exceptional condition and smooth performance. It comes with a wealth of history and countless stories, making it a cherished find. We are immensely proud to present this extraordinary car for sale at Historic Competition Services.
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