Tickford Lagonda
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Tickford Lagonda

The Tickford version of the standard Aston Martin Lagonda appeared at the 1983 London motor show, alongside a Capri, Metro and a one-off VW Scirocco. The car sported an aluminium made skirt kit, which made the car look so much better than the standard wedge shape. The body kit was designed by Simon Saunders, latter of KAT designs fame and generally the man who gave Tickford their complete early eighties look, including the body kits used on the Capri and Metro. Interior features included much more leather and walnut than standard, right down to the full leather headlining, two televisions, a video recorder and a drinks cabinet, which incorporated engraved crystal decanters and glasses with the Tickford logo. These cars would cost their new owners £85,000. Only about five cars were produced. The following year Tickford created the Lagonda Limousine. They stretched a standard Lagonda by 10 inches and raised the roofline by 2 inches to give more overall leg and head room. All the previous year's special extras were placed on a detailed options list totalling an extra £30,000 on top of the then £100,000 base car, making the most expensive car at the 1984 Birmingham Motorfair. up to 12 of these car were sold.
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Tickford Lagonda
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Tickford Lagonda

The Tickford version of the standard Aston Martin Lagonda appeared at the 1983 London motor show, alongside a Capri, Metro and a one-off VW Scirocco. The car sported an aluminium made skirt kit, which made the car look so much better than the standard wedge shape. The body kit was designed by Simon Saunders, latter of KAT designs fame and generally the man who gave Tickford their complete early eighties look, including the body kits used on the Capri and Metro. Interior features included much more leather and walnut than standard, right down to the full leather headlining, two televisions, a video recorder and a drinks cabinet, which incorporated engraved crystal decanters and glasses with the Tickford logo. These cars would cost their new owners £85,000. Only about five cars were produced. The following year Tickford created the Lagonda Limousine. They stretched a standard Lagonda by 10 inches and raised the roofline by 2 inches to give more overall leg and head room. All the previous year's special extras were placed on a detailed options list totalling an extra £30,000 on top of the then £100,000 base car, making the most expensive car at the 1984 Birmingham Motorfair. up to 12 of these car were sold.

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