Welcome to Lagonda Club

This is the official site of the Lagonda Club Ltd. The Club welcomes anyone who has an interest in this famous marque, particularly those who own a Lagonda, or a car powered by the 2 Litre Crossley engine or the 4.5 Litre Meadows engine such as the Invicta.

The site contains a history of the company from 1899 to 1990 and a picture gallery showing the various models produced. Some 1,500 Lagondas still exist, many of which are actively used for touring and competition. The Club has a membership of 800, of which 30% live outside the UK...

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  • 1922 KK Coupe 1922 KK Coupe
  • 1933 3 Litre Sports Saloon 1933 3 Litre Sports Saloon
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LAGONDA CLUB NEWSLETTER 436 - AUGUST 2016 Online NOW

LAGONDA CLUB NEWSLETTER 436 - AUGUST 2016

The August Newsletter has been written by Nigel Walder. He provides an overview of the Le Mans Classic and a thank you note from Kay Brown and her family. A further reminder of the Annual Gathering on 24th and 25th September together with a flyer for the Southern Area Picnin in the New Forest and the all important Notice for the forcoming AGM.

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Lagonda Club Events List 2016

This list is for all Members to use to plan their calendars for the full year.
Lagonda Club events are in Bold!
It can be printed off as a full list as well.
Any updates please send to Richard Reay-Smith

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Article on Frank Feeley in the March edition of The Automobile

Article on Frank Feeley in the March edition of The Automobile - Written by David Burgess-Wise - who gives an acknowledgement to Arnold Davey as well as others.
Usually available at WH Smiths in the UK. Well worth a read!SORRY NO LINK WITH THIS NOTICE AS THE MAGAZINE IS NOT ONLINE!

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