Lagonda

American Wilbur Gunn (1859-1920) began his company in the UK in 1906.  He named his firm “Lagonda” after a river running through his home town.  The car company moved upmarket in the 1920’s building fast touring cars with one of their cars winning Le Mans in 1935.  In 1947 David Brown bought the firm creating a new company, Aston Martin Lagonda, which continues today as the world’s only independent luxury car group.

1935 Lagonda M45R Rapide. Model by Western Models
1935 Lagonda Rapide (Le Mans winner). Model by IXO
1938 Lagonda LG6 dhc. Model by Altaya
1938 Lagonda LG6 dhc. Model by White Box
1939 Lagonda V-12 Long Saloon. Model by Lansdowne
1939 Lagonda V-12 Lancefield Le Mans Coupe. Model by Matrix (Louwman Collection)
1939 Lagonda V-12 Rapide. Model by Lansdowne
1949 Lagonda 2.6 litre dhc. Model by Lansdowne
1955 Lagonda 3-litre. Model by NEO
1955 Lagonda Aston Martin DP 166. Model by Jolly Model
1956 Lagonda 3-litre dhc. Model by NEO
1962 Lagonda Rapide. Model by NEO
1974 Lagonda Aston Martin 4-door. Model by Spark
1982 Lagonda Aston Martin. Model by Minichamps
1986 Lagonda Aston Martin Series IV. Model by GLM