Lagonda 2-litre low chassis T2 tourer

This wonderfully patina'd Lagonda 2-litre was first registered on the 31st. December 1931 to Kenneth Lilley who's family

owned the Cambridge department store W. Eaden Lilley & Co.

The car was sold in 1948 to old Etonian and Cambridge undergraduate Anthony Compton-Burnett. In 1954 Peter Rickett

acquired  her, another Etonian and Cambridge rowing blue. After a spell in Germany whilst Rickett served his national 

service, ownership passed to yet another Etonian and Cambridge student, Neale Edwards. This was in 1957, he later

wrote a splendid article in the Lagonda Register magazine, about his time with "Peepers" as he nicknamed the car.

In 1960 the car moved ownership to Anthony Gueterbock (Lord Berkeley), another Cambridge man, the Lagonda stayed

in his ownership for the next 48 years. In the early 2000's the car was subject to a full major restoration amounting to

nearly £100,000. The original T2 body was put to one side whilst the running chassis was restored, then re-mounted in

its rightful place, warts and all. The weather equipment & interior were renewed, as was the wiring and instruments.

The 2-litre has since had 2 more owners, making 7 in total and is mechanically super and ready for her next adventure! 

Additional Info

  • Make: Lagonda
  • Year: 1931
  • Price (£) : 72000
  • Era: Post Vintage Thoroughbred (1931-1940)
  • StockID: 1
  • DealerID: 12345
  • Type: Motors
  • Class: open tourer
  • Model: 2-litre
  • Transmission: Manual
  • FuelType: Petrol
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