Lagonda 1954 

3-Litre 


Tickford Coupé


Tickford Saloon

 

Lagonda Three Litre, Series I, was announced in October 1953, following the enthusiasm for the 2 ½-litre Tickford-bodied Coupé of the previous year. Longer and lower than the 2 ½-Litre model which it replaced, the Three Litre has a full-width body with the traditional Lagonda grille. Available initially in two-door Saloon and Drophead Coupé form-a four-door Tickford Saloon was introduced in October 1954. Production of the two-door Saloon ceased in late 1954.

From 1954 four door body as well as two, and standard servo brakes.



2 door Saloon