1984 Aston Martin Lagonda
Engine: 5.3 liter dual overhead cam sixteen-valve V-8
Power output: 325 HP @ 375 ft./lb. torque
Transmission: Three-speed automatic
Top speed: 143 mph
About our 1984 Aston Martin Lagonda
On every trip down the road or through town, our Aston Martin Lagonda evokes looks and comments of wonder about exactly what it is they are seeing. With just 645 examples built, these ultra rare road cars are unique and unusual in just about every way while still supplying t immense luxury, power and comfort in this futuristic sedan from England. This car is finished in Maroon metallic with tan Connolly leather interior and plush lamb’s wool floor mats. It has 7,000 miles from new.
History of the 1984 Aston Martin Lagonda
From its launch the Lagonda was an instant the sensation of the 1976 London Motor Show. Sporting futuristic razor sharp lines and a low stance the sleek all aluminum body designed by William Towns immediately captured the interest and imagination of the motoring public. With the 1984 model, known as the Series 2, came the introduction of LCD instrumentation and flat panel touch button controls. The interior was appointed in full Connolly leather, Wilton wool carpet and birdseye walnut trim. For an extra $2,500 one could order very deep, plush hand made sheep skin floor covers from the option list as well as a rear passenger sunroof. It was the priced at $200,000 when new and was powered by a 5.3 litre dual overhead cam 16 valve engine producing 309 HP. It had a top speed of over 145 mph.