THE ASTON BARN PROJECT
Note : all photos are clickable to see them in a much
all photos have a
'source' given. Please have a look at my bibliography to decode.
In this page, we'll try to gather
a wealth of unrestored, survivor or
wrecked Aston Martins...
PLEASE SEND IF YOU FIND
THAT'S NOT HERE !
Fantastic find in Thoroughbred
& Classic Cars, April 1990.
A LAGONDA PROTOTYPE WITH COTAL
Chassis is believed to be 24 and engine 12 but that sounds a bit weird.
THIS IS SURELY LAG/48/04
WITH ENGINE LB6/48/12.
Seen on eBay motors with following description:
"Up for bid
is a 1949 lagonda. This is a very rare car. Needs complete
restoration. Aluminum body in good condition overall, one ding in
front left fender. Chassis is straight, no sign of a major
The DOHC 2.6 L engine is
complete. This is the same engine design as the Aston Martin."
Sold for $11,000.
Very tempting but much restoration work needed.
Seen on eBay (October 2010).
Sold by Brooks (Bonhams) in
Ex William Towns (the works partly paid him by giving
13 zipped photos (click on the following photo to download)
History (PDF) :
unknown Lagonda #1 (1955)
History (PDF) :
Source : eBay
unkwown Lagondas #2 and #3
A French Aston Martin Lagonda that has burnt from the inside and
History (PDF file):
Unknown 3 liter DHC for sale by Marks Dane in Classic & Sportscars March 1991.
An 1950 DHC that was on eBay.
Described as "the 115th made in this year
and has no previous owners!".
As you can see there is a little work.
11 photos in a ZIP file:
unknown Lagonda #7
Seen several times on eBay in 2010:
12 photos in a ZIP file:
unknown Lagonda #8 (1955
For sale by Retrolegends in
Aston Martin Scrapbook