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Oct 08, 2018 2:08 pm
bruce carey Offline
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Registered since: Sep 27, 2018
Location: -


Subject: searching for my car history
I would like to find out if anyone knows any history of stewardship for this car which i have recently acquired 1938 lagonda 12 limousine coachwork by Windover...tag # 18015 registration plate enn999. This car was in the care of a mr sanders ( Connecticut ) for many years. upon his passing the car was sold to a friend of mine. Blue body w/ black .
I would hope that since there were so few of these made...that someone may know its history.
 

Oct 08, 2018 11:50 pm
h14 Offline
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Registered since: Nov 30, 2008
Location: Chalandray, France


Subject: Re: searching for my car history
Your first step should be to join the Lagonda Club, if you have not done so already. Then contact Arnold Davey, the Registrar, who will be able to tell you what previous history is on file regarding your particular V12. It is also possible to obtain a copy of the works history, which you will I believe have to pay for, from one of Maurice Leo's sons.
On purchase, you should have received the original UK registration books, or at least the last one before your car left the UK. Sadly such paperwork often gets overlooked at time of sale, especially where, in the USA, it probably had no legal relevance.
Laurence
 

Oct 12, 2018 7:49 pm
Rich5ltr Offline
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Registered since: Jul 07, 2015
Location: Hmpshire


Subject: Re: searching for my car history
Indeed, I would also recommend you join the Lagonda Club. I belong to a number of car clubs and it is one of the best. The pool of knowledge amongst its members is remarkable.
Richard Branch
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Yesterday, 3:12 pm
bruce carey Offline
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Subject: Re: searching for my car history
thank you gentlemen,

i have joined and just got back from hershey so thats the reason for my late response

bruce
 

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