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Apr 18, 2018 8:43 am
SRD Offline
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Subject: LG45 DeVille at East Anglia Auction
Details on the LG45 DeVille at auction:

https://angliacarauctions.co.uk/classic/saturday-14th-april-2018/1937-lagonda-lg45-saloon-de-ville/

Chassis number: 12212/G10

"Purchased by the vendor in 2012 and described by him as an original, from the factory car with no rot and bearing the original paintwork and engine. The windscreen, which remains in the car, was removed sometime during 1955/1956 to repair a leak and, it is believed, the car has not been used since. The only document of any type that comes with the car is a 1955 tax disc. We understand that it was registered as JK 7474 in 1937 and the De Ville model had only just been introduced when chassis 12212/G10 was produced when, again it is believed, was only the second one to be produced at that stage. The vendor advises that the engine does turn. Mileage approximately 78,000. It retains the original radio."

Car sold for 39,500 with b.p.
 

Apr 18, 2018 12:43 pm
bruffsup Offline
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Registered since: Aug 09, 2010
Location: Canada


Subject: Re: LG45 DeVille at East Anglia Auction
That sounds like a bargain .I would just clean that up , check all systems and drive it as is.
Barry Brown
Barry Brown
Bedford Mills Ontario Canada
 

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